Definition of Treponemas

1. treponema [n] - See also: treponema



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Treponemas

trepidatious
trepidatiously
trepidatory
trepidities
trepidity
trepidly
treponaemiasis
treponaemicidal
treponema
treponema-immobilizing antibody
treponema immobilization test
treponema pallidum
treponemal
treponemal antibody
treponemal infections
treponemas (current term)
treponemata
treponematoses
treponematosis
treponeme
treponemes
trepopnœa
treppe
treprostinil
tres
tres-tyne
tres-tynes
tresayle
tresis

Literary usage of Treponemas

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1. The Principles of Pathologic Histology by Frank Burr Mallory (1914)
"Frequently the treponemas invade the blood-vessels, especially the arteries, and produce the same type of lesion there, with resulting thickening of the ..."

2. The Principles of Pathologic Histology by Frank Burr Mallory (1914)
"Frequently the treponemas invade the blood-vessels, especially the arteries, and produce the same type of lesion there, with resulting thickening of the ..."

3. The Wassermann Test by Charles Franklin Craig (1921)
"treponemas and spirochetes, and our results have been confirmed. ... and complement fixation with culture treponemas but conclude that their work lends no ..."

4. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"The lesion was shown to be rich in treponemas. It healed completely March 24. The case was followed for six months. No secondaries. ..."

5. A Manual of Pathology by Guthrie McConnell (1920)
"... the examination with dark-ground illumination. Special apparatus is needed for this. The treponemas will stand out brightly against the black background ..."

6. Practical Sanitation by Fletcher Gardner, James Persons Simonds (1914)
"treponemas may be found in stained smears or by means of the dark ground illuminator. In securing a specimen to be examined for Treponema pallidum two facts ..."

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