Definition of Erysipelases

1. erysipelas [n] - See also: erysipelas

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Erysipelases

erwinia chrysanthemi
erybraedin
erycristagallin
erynggium
eryngium
eryngiums
eryngo
eryngoes
eryngos
erysipelas
erysipelas internum
erysipelas migrans
erysipelas perstans faciei
erysipelas pustulosum
erysipelas verrucosum
erysipelases (current term)
erysipelatoid
erysipelatous
erysipeloid
erysipelothrix
erysipelothrix infections
erysipelotoxin
erysipelous
erystagallin
erythema
erythema ab igne
erythema annulare
erythema annulare centrifugum
erythema annulare rheumaticum
erythema arthriticum epidemicum

Literary usage of Erysipelases

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1. The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British edited by William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone (1855)
"... of several small successive erysipelases. 8. An isolated patch of erysipelas ordinarily disappears, of its own accord, in six or eight days. 9. ..."

2. The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal by Medical College of Georgia (1855)
"The totality of the erysipelas is almost constantly formed of several small successive erysipelases. 8. An isolated patch of erysipelas ordinarily ..."

3. Surgical clinic of La Charité by Alfred Velpeau (1866)
"... cures all erysipelases with tincture of aconite, in a dose of six, eight, and ten grammes. I have tried it without any result. ..."

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