Medical Definition of Granuloma tropicum

1. A disease, occurring in the Antilles and in Africa, characterised by yellowish or reddish tumours, of a contagious character, which, in shape and appearance, often resemble currants, strawberries, or raspberries. There are several varieties of this disease, variously known as framboesia, pian, verrugas, and crab-yaws. Origin: African yaw a raspberry. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Granuloma Tropicum

granulocytopenia
granulocytopoiesis
granulocytopoietic
granulocytosis
granuloma
granuloma annulare
granuloma endemicum
granuloma faciale
granuloma gangrenescens
granuloma gravidarum
granuloma inguinale tropicum
granuloma multiforme
granuloma telangiectaticum
granuloma tropicum (current term)
granulomas
granulomata
granulomatosis
granulomatous
granulomatous arteritis
granulomatous colitis
granulomatous disease
granulomatous encephalomyelitis
granulomatous endophthalmitis
granulomatous enteritis
granulomatous ileitis
granulomatous inflammation

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