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''In the anti-time future (c. 2395), experienced by [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]], the Terrellian plague had spread to [[Romulus]]. Only a few medical ships were allowed enter to treat the victims.'' ({{TNG|All Good Things...}})
 
''In the anti-time future (c. 2395), experienced by [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]], the Terrellian plague had spread to [[Romulus]]. Only a few medical ships were allowed enter to treat the victims.'' ({{TNG|All Good Things...}})
   
It is often used in hyperbole or as an exaggerating comparative: "''It's [[acute functional dyspepsia|heartburn]], [[Jean-Luc Picard]]not the Terrellian plague.''" ({{VOY|Message in a Bottle}})
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It is often used in hyperbole or as an exaggerating comparative: "''It's [[acute functional dyspepsia|heartburn]], not the Terrellian plague.''" ({{VOY|Message in a Bottle}})
 
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[[Category:Medical conditions]]

Revision as of 17:12, March 6, 2013

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The Terrellian plague was a devastating viral infection, renowned for the excruciating discomfort its victims suffered.

The first symptoms of Terrellian plague was a minor headache; shortly later the symptoms became much, much worse. (ENT: "Singularity")

In the anti-time future (c. 2395), experienced by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the Terrellian plague had spread to Romulus. Only a few medical ships were allowed enter to treat the victims. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

It is often used in hyperbole or as an exaggerating comparative: "It's heartburn, not the Terrellian plague." (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

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