from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A skin condition characterized by the development of recurring boils.
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- n. The presence of furuncles or boils.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In pathology, the morbid state characterized by the presence of furuncles or boils.
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- n. acute skin disease characterized by the presence of many furuncles
Newborn, Arthur, No 1323 with furunculosis of the right knee had been passed fit for work.
I believe therefore that it would be extremely instructive in furunculosis, to find a patient willing to submit to a number of punctures in different parts of the body away from formed or forming furuncles, and thus secure many cultures, simultaneous of otherwise, of the blood of the general circulation.
The first culture, of March thirteenth, contained only the organism of furuncles; the next one, that of the fifteenth, contained an organism resembling that of furunculosis, but which always differed enough to make it easy usually to distinguish it.
I believe therefore that it would be extremely instructive in furunculosis, to find a patient willing to submit to a number of punctures in different parts of the body away from formed or forming furuncles, and thus secure many cultures, simultaneous or otherwise, of the blood of the general circulation.
When occurring in crops (furunculosis) the affection is often rebellious; recovery, however, finally resulting.
Persistent furunculosis is not infrequent in diabetes mellitus.
By shady eagre of an thoroughfare, lathee reimbursement to hemolytic up helicteres, and hypermedia whacking from the childlike, overt furunculosis.
We used gene expression analyses to search for the correlates of vaccine protection against furunculosis in Atlantic salmon.
A number of genes with marked expression difference between HR and LR can be considered as positive and negative correlates of vaccine protection against furunculosis.
Vaccination against furunculosis reduces mortality of Atlantic salmon but fails to eradicate infection.