Definition of Papulae
1. papula [n] - See also: papula
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Papulae
Literary usage of Papulae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Treatment of Syphilitic Diseases: Both Primary and Secondary by Langston Parker (1840)
"The papulae are small, solid, hard elevations upon the skin, containing neither ... The syphilitic papulae are more or less disseminated over the body, ..."
2. A Practical treatise on the diseases of infancy and childhood by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1871)
"papulae. 1. LICHEN.—This is a papular affection, readily recognized by the ... And Lichen agrius, in which the papulae are more inflamed, and developed on ..."
3. A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin by John Moore Neligan (1860)
"... development of numerous minute papulae of the color of the skin or of a reddish hue, aggregated in patches or disseminated over the cutaneous surface, ..."
4. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1858)
"... but the smaller, rounder, firmer, and paler papulae of the latter, with the intense itching that often attends it, would sufficiently distinguish them. ..."
5. A Manual of the practice of medicine by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1864)
"papulae. A papula or pimple is a small, solid, ... In a short time the inflammation diminishes, and the papulae become covered with a ..."
6. Essentials of the principles and practice of medicine: A Handbook for by Henry Hartshorne (1874)
"As a clinical classification of cutaneous disorders, most convenient both for description and treatment, I prefer the following :— Exanthemata. papulae. ..."
7. A Practical Manual of the Diseases of Children with a Formulary by Edward Ellis (1879)
"Co., to one ounce of lard. Bark and steel and cod-liver oil will also be of service; when scabies is present it must be attacked at once. 5. papulae. ..."