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Usage examples for ulceration

  1. To avoid the pressure and ulceration at the base of the epiglottis- a very sensitive and tender portion of the laryngeal tissues- a backward curve was given to the upper portion of the tube. – Makers of Modern Medicine by James J. Walsh
  2. The caustic must not, therefore, be applied in these cases, until the inflammation has entirely subsided; but when there remains only a small superficial ulceration the caustic may be passed lightly over the ulcerated surface to form an eschar which is to be defended by the gold- beater's skin; for the affection is then reduced to the state of a common superficial ulcer. – An Essay on the Application of the Lunar Caustic in the Cure of Certain Wounds and Ulcers by John Higginbottom
  3. A great portion of the mutton slaughtered is unfit for food, from the fact that their lungs are often in a state of decomposition, their livers much injured by insects, and their intestines in a state of ulceration from eating poisonous herbs. – The American Reformed Cattle Doctor by George Dadd
  4. It is simply ulceration of the coats of the bowels, combined with great emaciation, roughness of coat, dejected look, and loss of appetite. – The Domestic Cat by Gordon Stables
  5. In many cases the teeth have been found in a state of more or less advanced decay and ulceration – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
  6. Those Sacs or Suffusions of coagulated Blood, which are visible under the Skin, should never be opened, except for some urgent Reason; since however large they may be, they insensibly disappear and dissipate; instead of which Termination, by opening them, they sometimes terminate in a dangerous Ulceration – Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
  7. I have already noticed a form of inflammation and ulceration of the gums sometimes met with during teething, but the sore- mouth of which I am now about to speak is often quite independent of that process; though it may sometimes be found associated with it, and is indeed rarely met with after five years of age. – The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases by Charles West, M.D.
  8. Tuberculosis or ulceration from other causes, such as a foreign body, is the most common source of this accident. – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
  9. They recommend leeches to the throat, which I am convinced, by depressing the patient, will lessen the chance of his battling against the disease, and will increase the ulceration of the tonsils. – Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children by Pye Henry Chavasse
  10. Now and then, severe inflammation of the gums occurs, in which they become extremely swollen; and ulceration takes place of the gum just above where the tooth should come through, and even around some of those which have already appeared. – The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases by Charles West, M.D.
  11. The hospital mates unbandaged Spicer's leg, and took off the poultices, and I was horrified when I saw the state which his leg was in: one mass of ulceration from the middle of the thigh down to half- way below his knee, and his ankle and foot swelled twice their size, a similar inflammation extending up to his hip. – Poor Jack by Frederick Marryat
  12. One was brought out and shot by the deceased, who proceeded to examine the intestines and viscera, which did not present the appearances usually observable in advanced stages of the disease, there being but slight ulceration of the coats of the stomach and bowels. – On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned cattle. Its history, origin, description, and treatment by Honoré Bourguignon
  13. 2526. These follicles, or little glands, then, becoming enlarged, and filled with a congealed fluid, constitute thrush in its first stage; and when the child's lips and mouth appear a mass of small pearls, then, as these break and discharge, the second stage, or that of ulceration sets in. – The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  14. Much more frequently it results from cicatricial contraction of the soft parts of the face or mouth following such conditions as cancrum oris, ulceration or burns. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  15. The young lawyer looked straight before him, while the girl, swept on by her ignoble rage, displayed still more of the moral ulceration which had been injected into her young life. – Other Main-Travelled Roads by Hamlin Garland
  16. The outer skin is not involved so soon as in cancer, nor does ulceration follow so rapidly. – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler