The caseous material of canker is also present, as is a disposition to hypertrophy of the exposed sensitive structures.
Nor are the cases of miliary tuberculosis, resulting from caseous degeneration of rachitical glands, very exceptional.
Sometimes the centre is caseous, sometimes fibrinous or calcified.
With the supply of blood the nutrition also self-evidently ceases; the gland falls into caseous degeneration.
Examine material from any caseous glands microscopically and inoculate freely on to Dorset's egg medium.
But the more common result of the caseous process in the glands of the neck is softening.
caseous particles containing immense numbers of the bacilli are common.
On examination at the operation, a firmly adherent prepuce and a large roll of caseous matter was found just back of the corona.
Its most abundant principles are cream, caseous matter or curd, and whey.
These pustules may either break through the skin or shrink into a caseous mass.
caseous ca·se·ous (kā'sē-əs)
Of, relating to, or having the gross and microscopic features of tissue affected by caseation.