plum·bism /ˈpləmˌbɪzəm/ 名詞
Plum·bism n. Med. A diseased condition, produced by the absorption of lead, common among workers in this metal or in its compounds, as among painters, typesetters, etc. It is characterized by various symptoms, as lead colic, lead line, and wrist drop. See under Colic, Lead, and Wrist.
n : toxic condition produced by the absorption of excessive lead
into the system [syn: lead poisoning, saturnism]