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  • The leucorrhagic spots resemble those of new cream; they are of a waxy white, and never obliterate the tissue of the linen. Blenorrhagic spots, on the contrary, resemble boiled cream, they are opaque, of a yellowish-green, and obliterate the tissue of the linen without depriving it of its softness.

    --M. Hourmann, 1842, "Treatment of blenorrhagic urethritis by plugging with cotton", Medical Times 6: 346

    May 28, 2008