10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «XERODERMATIC»
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Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
... xerocleistogamy, xerocole, xerocolous, xeroderma, xerodermatic, xerodermia,
xerodermosis, xerogel, xerogeophyte, xerography, xerohylophile,
xerohylophilous, xerohylopniry. xerohylophyte, xerolith, xero- morph.
xeromorphic, xeromorphy, ...
The Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis ...
There was a dermatitis, recurrent and chronic, observed in children who have
thyroid deficiency, with a more or less xerodermatic or ichthyotic character of skin,
which he did not think was the same type as Dr. Stillians' case. He believed it was
... Central America. This is due to atrophy and loss of elasticity of the skin. In
Africa a similar condition, hanging groin, may occur in the groin area (Figs. 7 and
8) and usually is associated with inguinal lymphadenopathy. Xerodermatic
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
... erf/j. xerantic ЗТ/Ч^; xerarch ^»♢flK'ft; xerasia %*iï ^°*ai, ЧТИ ^«»«i; xeric T^fip;^
'; "î- xerochasy ^r^r^ÎT ^4i- г^; xeroderma 4ÏOa4Î, ^чшяш, щц ^5^тт; xerodermia
чПОвГгчт; r44WTÇTT; adj. xerodermatic, xero- dermatous, xerodermic «TOt^WI ?
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
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xerodermoid Ш&ЖМЖШЖШ xerogei штжтча xerogram Ifefi X SfcW«^
Xerodermatic xiphoid xenophobes X-ray Xantippes, While wanton, woad-wet,
wasp-waisted whip-wielders wallop willing whipees. 'Vain, vapid. '
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was caused by ...
Deborah Devonshire, Patrick Leigh Fermor, 2010
The language of mental health
Speaking in an unknown or foreign language. xerodermatic mental deficiency. A
condition, possibly inherited, in which the skin is extremely dry and thickened;
often associated with mental deficiency. zooerastia. Sexual intercourse with an ...
William E. Fann, Charles Ernest Goshen, 1973
Colour Atlas of Tropical Dermatology and Venerology
Worldwide, common. Clinical Picture. The skin becomes dry, ichthyosiform and
scaly, and xerodermatic. Follicular keratosis causes dry, firm, pigmented papules
on the limbs and the trunk (phrynoderma). Xerostomia is characterized by lesions
For instance, one cannot exactly recognize when and where an X-ray skin, a
lupus vulgaris or erythematosus, a xerodermatic or senile skin enters the
precancerous stage. Schiirch with good reason contends that leukoplakia and
tarred and ...
Biology of the Reptilia: Comprehensive literature of the ...
... 151, 166, 217, 415-416, 419; 20:649 punctulatus 19:217 trianguligerus 19:154,
217 vittatus 19:147, 154, 217 Xerodermatic 19:131, 133, 158, 171, 224
Xenoderminae(atinae) 19:224; 20:551, 555-557, 573-574, 631 dentition 1:181-
182 jaw ...
Carl Gans, Kraig Adler, Ernest A. Liner, 2010