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Definition of the noun frambesia
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noun - plural: frambesias
- an infectious tropical disease resembling syphilis in its early stages; marked by red skin eruptions and ulcerating lesions
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The Essentials of Cutaneous Medicine by Walter James Highman
Frambesia is a contagious disease seen chiefly among the natives in Northern Africa, Madagascar, Mosambique, Australia, the West Indies and Asia. It is caused by a spirochaete and produces raspberry-like granulomata. Symptoms.
A Synopsis of the Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment of the More Common and Important Diseases of the Skin (1845)
by Noah Worcester
FRAMBESIA OR YAWS. FRAMBESIA is a contagious disease of the skin, unknown in this climate, but not infrequent in Africa and v in some parts of South America. Its nature is but imperfectly understood; it is characterized by the appearance ...
by John Vietch Shoemaker
FRAMBESIA is a contagious, infectious malady, characterized by the formation of macules, papules, tubercles, and pustules, and accompanied bv more or less lassitude, fever, and pains in the joints and bones. The disease is endemic in ...
Diseases of Children (1921)
Designed for the Use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine by Herman Bernard Sheffield
However, while frambesia is a disease sui generis, it lias been found like syphilis to respond to intravenous injection of neosalvarsan. In the way of prophylaxis, it is important to avoid solution of continuity of the skin when handling patients ...
by Lemuel Bolton Bangs, William Augustus Hardaway
Frambesia is a contagious disease, though the specific microorganism has not yet been definitely determined. One attack usually confers immunity, though two or more attacks have occurred in the same individual. Among the predisposing ...
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
erysipelas/Saint Anthony's fire shingles fifth's disease sleeping sickness/ African sleeping sickness frambesia/yaws smallpox/variola German measles spotted fever glandular fever/infectious mononucleosis/mononucleosis strep throat/septic ...
Midline Medical Dictionary (2002)
by P. S. Rawat
GUSTERIT, faauga , *re-Grè g£1 a wiz &H Frambesia. See Framboesia. Framboesia. Yaws; a contagious cutaneous disease with raspberrylike tubercles; frambesia. ATGT Frame.
by Thomas Lathrop Stedman
[frambesia + -oma, tumor] framboesia [Br.] see frambesia. frame (främ) A supporting or integrating structure made of parts fitted together. framework (främ' wörk) A structure that supports or encloses something. frame-work re-gion (främ' wörk ...
Word Parts Dictionary (2000)
Standard and Reverse Listings of Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots and Combining Forms, 2d ed. by Michael J. Sheehan
frambesia, raspberry] base raspberry-like (frambesia, frambesioma) Franco- [L. comb. form Franci-, the Franks] comb French (Franco- American, Franco-Canadian) -frang- [L. frangere, to break] base break (frangible, ...
frambesia 168 repeat) at an inherited fragile site on the X chromosome; therefore, it is an X-linked disorder. Characteristics of fragile X syndrome in boys may include, in addition to mental impairment, prominent or long ears, a long face, ...
by Donald Venes
frambesia free-text frambesia (fra ̆m-be ̄ze ̄-a ̆) [Fr. framboise, raspberry] Yaws. frambesioma (fra ̆m-be ̄-ze ̄-o ̄ma ̆) [ Gr. oma, tumor] The primary lesion of yaws in the form of a protruding nodule. This mother yaw appears at the ...
by Casey Albert Wood
See Eyelids, Frambesia of the. Eyelids, Anakhre of the. This term is applied to an affection characterized by bony tumors on each side of the nose, found among \ Vest African negroes. See Eyelids, Goundon of the. Eyelids, Angioflbroma of the.
by Philip D. Morehead
diphtheria, frambesia, yaws, rubella, roseola, German measles, leprosy, Hansen's disease, Lassa fever, mumps, paratyphoid fever, ...
Medical Dictionary (1813)
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Surgery, Medicine, Midwifery, Anatomy, Chemistry, &c. &c. &c by John James Watt
See FRAMBEsia. YELLOW FEVER. - See Febrms conti Nu A. YELLOW SAUNDERS. See sant Alv M on TRINU M. Z. ZEDOARIA. Zedoary. The roots of this plant were for. Y E.
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
frambesia, framboesia. See yaws. frame /frƗm/, a structure, usually rigid, designed for giving support to or for immobilising a part. frame of reference, the personal guidelines ...
by Wilhelm Kirch
YAWS Synonyms Frambesia; Pian Definition Yaws is defined as an infectious, nonvenereal tropical disease, primarily of children, characterizedby raspberrylike eruptions of the skin and caused by a spirochete, Treponema pertenue, that is ...
Health and Illness in the World's Cultures Topics - Volume 1; Cultures - by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember
it is characterized by ulcerating lesions which later affect bone—also called frambesia. y-linked inheritance. The key feature of the Y-linked mode is that ...
A Medical Dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms in surgery , medicine, etc. Second edition (1813)
by John James Watt
' FRAMBESIA, or YAWS. It is an endemic disorder oc ~ (curring in Guinea and America, according to Cullen. It is said to be infectious, ...
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