(Greek > Latin: suffix; a process; a diseased condition)

Bronchial inflammation or obstruction caused by broncholiths.
cenurosis, cenuriasis
Disease produced by the presence of a cenuris cyst that, in sheep, causes a brain infection known as "gid" for the giddy gait induced in the infected animal; human cenurosis has been reported but is extremely unusual, in contrast with hydatid disease. Synonym: coenurosis.
Invasion of one of the cavities, especially the nasal cavity, by a species of Chilopoda.
Presence of one or more gallstones in the gallbladder.
The presence of a gallstone in the common bile duct.
Presence of concretions in the gallbladder or bile ducts. Synonym: chololithiasis.
coniosis (s) (noun), conioses (pl)
1. Dustlike calculi in gallbladder and bile ducts.
2. Various diseases or pathological conditions that are caused by dust inhalation.
Infection of man and animals with larvae of flies of the genus Cordylobia. Synonyms: African furuncular myiasis, tumbu dermal myiasis.
1. A condition characterized by the presence of calculi within the lacrimal drainage system.
2. The formation and presence of dacryoliths.
Infection of man and animals with larvae of the fly Dermatobia hominis. Synonym: human botfly myiasis.
A congenital, abnormal, additional row of eyelashes.
1. A condition in which two hairs grow from a single follicle.
2. Growth of two hairs in a single follicle.
1. Painful, difficult, or delayed eruption of teeth.
2. Painful or difficult dentition.
3. Difficulty or irregularity in the eruption of the teeth.
Defective development of an organism; especially, of an embryo.
Hypertrophy and fibrosis of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, especially of the lower extremities and genitalia, due to long-standing obstructed lymphatic vessels, most commonly after years of infection by the filarial worms Wuchereria bancrofti or Brugia malayi.