Cheadle's disease is a rare medical condition characterized by the abnormal decrease in the number of platelets in the blood. This disease is named after British physician James Cheadle who first described it in the late nineteenth century. The correct pronunciation of "Cheadle" is /ˈtʃiːdəl/, where "ch" is pronounced as a voiceless postalveolar affricate sound. The spelling of this word may cause confusion, as it is often misspelled as "Cheadle" due to the silent "h." However, proper pronunciation should always be used to avoid misunderstandings in medical contexts.

Common Misspellings for CHEADLE'S DISEASE

  • xheadle's disease
  • vheadle's disease
  • fheadle's disease
  • dheadle's disease
  • cgeadle's disease
  • cbeadle's disease
  • cneadle's disease
  • cjeadle's disease
  • cueadle's disease
  • cyeadle's disease
  • chwadle's disease
  • chsadle's disease
  • chdadle's disease
  • chradle's disease
  • ch4adle's disease
  • ch3adle's disease
  • chezdle's disease
  • chesdle's disease
  • chewdle's disease
  • cheqdle's disease

458 words made out of letters CHEADLE'S DISEASE

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