Definition of Suppurations

1. Noun. (plural of suppuration) ¹



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Definition of Suppurations

1. suppuration [n] - See also: suppuration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suppurations

suppressiveness
suppressor
suppressor gene
suppressors
supprest
supprise
supprised
supprises
supprising
suppurate
suppurated
suppurates
suppurating
suppurating sore
suppuration
suppurations (current term)
suppurative
supputate
supputation
suppute
supra
supra-
supra-œsophagal
supra expressionism
supraacromial
supraaxillary
suprabasal
suprabasally
suprabranchial
supracanonical

Literary usage of Suppurations

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"FRP LECTURES ON THE suppurations OF THE MIDDLE EAR AND THE ACCESSORY ... For the chronic suppurations he differentiates the various more common forms, ..."

2. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1837)
"Ear-ache, and suppurations of the ear. Ulcérations of the mouth. Gum-biles. suppurations of the urinary passages. Excoriations about the mucous orifices. ..."

3. Archives of Otology (1905)
"The subject of labyrinth suppurations has received more attention in recent ... According to the author, the proportion of labyrinth suppurations may be ..."

4. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1901)
"PELVIC suppurations. BY JOSEPH PRICE, MD, PHILADELPHIA. ABOUT the best excuse I can give for this paper is, that more interest has been manifested at our ..."

5. Manual of Clinical Microscopy and Chemistry: Prepared for the Use of by Hermann Lenhartz (1904)
"In the Various suppurations. The staphylococcus pyogenes (aureus and albus, Plate VIT, Fig. 1) is the exciter of circumscribed suppuration (furuncle, ..."

6. Surgical Operations: A Handbook for Students and Practitioners by Friedrich Pels-Leusder (1912)
"suppurations Due to Threads.—On the whole, I have gained the conviction during long years of out-patient-department practice that suppurations caused by ..."

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