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- adj. Pertaining to furuncles or boils.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a furuncle; marked by the presence of furuncles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or exhibiting furuncles or boils.
It was like a fatty paste of the furuncular organism.
I am convinced that if, in cases of furuncular diathesis, not merely a few drops but several grams of blood from the general circulation could be placed under cultivation frequent successful growths would be obtained.
Blood cultures from the general circulation being always sterile in these experiments, it would seem that under the conditions of the furuncular diathesis, the minute parasite does not exist in the blood.
_Pustular_, sometimes furuncular and carbuncular and superficially ulcerative.
The pyogenic cocci are added factors in the pustular and furuncular cases.
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