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- adj. wart-like, resembling a verruca; verrucose
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Verrucose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Warty; studded with verruciform elevations or tubercles.
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Treatment of 46 cases of verrucous gastritis with integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine.
Linear nævus is a formation usually of a verrucous character, more or less pigmented, sometimes slightly scaly, occurring in band-like or zoster-like areas, and, as a rule, unilaterally.
Blastomycetic dermatitis is a rare disease beginning usually as a small papule or nodule, enlarging slowly, breaking down and developing into a verrucous or papillomatous-looking area, similar in appearance to tuberculosis cutis verrucosa.
An ulcerative papillomatous or verrucous tuberculosis of the skin
Microscopical examination shows a marked increase in the pigment in the lowest layers of the rete mucosum, as well as more or less pigmentation in the corium usually following the course of the bloodvessels; in the verrucous variety the papillæ are greatly hypertrophied, in addition to the increased pigmentation.
Lactic acid, applied with one to ten or more parts of water is also of value in the sclerous and verrucous types.
It is about the size of a nut, with a brown verrucous outside; the edible part is white and tender, and the kernel black.
In dermatosis neglecta, a progressive accumulation of sebum, sweat, keratin and other dirt and debris, occurs due to inadequate local hygiene resulting in a localized hyperpigmented patch or a verrucous plaque.
_hard_ and _verrucous_ patches, but is a strong preparation and must be used with caution.