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- adj. affected with ulcers
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- adj. Affected with, or as with, an ulcer or ulcers.
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- adj. having an ulcer or canker
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She has a sore on her heel that will remain ulcerated until she dies.
It is not always possible to locate the troublesome tooth, from the pain, but by tapping on the various teeth in turn with a knife, or other metal instrument, special soreness will be discovered in the "ulcerated" tooth.
The book's best chapter is about a woman with an ulcerated mouth that shoots out lasers of agony each time she snags her lip.
"Ms. Gabor needed an amputation above her knee due to poor circulation and a large ulcerated area on her right leg," Rigberg said.
While I was suffering through a bout of ulcerated colitis, Ronnie became my nurse and guardian, nagging at me to eat properly, scolding me for sneaking a beer, threatening to call my doctor, reminding me to take my medication.
In October I became sick with malnutrition, and was sent back to Wolfsberg to the camp hospital, where I was treated for badly ulcerated legs.
She cannot tell me the color, the shape, if the area is ulcerated or raised, if it gives off an odor, if it has grown or shrunk.
For his selfless act, he suffered large black blisters, ulcerated skin, and red weeping burns that put him in pain beyond the reach of morphine.
Figures of San Roque, complete with ulcerated leg and his faithful dog, lead the procession, A favorite legend surrounds San Roque, who, dying with an ulcerated leg, was saved by his dog, who fetched bolillos (rolls) and fed them to his master.
In December 2006 Gus was diagnosed with skin cancer after patches of dry skin developed on his body and his legs became ulcerated.