Definitions for "Croup"
The hinder part or buttocks of certain quadrupeds, especially of a horse; hence, the place behind the saddle.
An inflammatory affection of the larynx or trachea, accompanied by a hoarse, ringing cough and stridulous, difficult breathing; esp., such an affection when associated with the development of a false membrane in the air passages (also called membranous croup). See False croup, under False, and Diphtheria.
An illness caused by a viral infection in the area of a child's vocal cords. It is recognised by a tight, dry, harsh, "barking" cough. Croup generally lasts for five or six days and most commonly affects children aged under three.
Hindquarters; area between the hips and the point of the buttocks.
The muscular area above and around the set-on of the tail.
The rear of the back above the hind limbs; the line form the pelvis to the set-on of the tail.
Keywords:  malabsorption, stomach
Malabsorption Stomach
The region of the pelvic girdle, formed by the sacrum and surrounding tissue.