Those which most fixed our attention were the confluent, the roseate, the tuberculous, and the erysipelatous.
The edges were thick and everted, and surrounded with an erysipelatous inflammation.
It is one of the complications of facial erysipelas, but erysipelatous pharyngitis may occur primarily.
Only the bitten leg had erysipelatous inflammation, which had to be treated afterwards, but the man was quite safe.
In erysipelatous inflammation, where vesicles are formed, the caustic does injury, as in recent burns.
Primula obconica is another plant which, when handled, gives rise to an acute dermatitis of an erysipelatous character.
An erysipelatous scab, or erysipelas, attended with considerable itching, sometimes troubles sheep.
There is first irritation about the wound, and an erysipelatous inflammation, which may lead to gangrene.
In June it was now miliary-pustular, and not seldom erysipelatous, while the throat was less oppressed.
It became more general in August, and in some was very malignant, being joined with an erysipelatous inflammation and a diarrhoea.
erysipelas er·y·sip·e·las (ěr'ĭ-sĭp'ə-ləs, ēr'-)
An acute disease of the skin and subcutaneous tissue caused by a hemolytic bacterium and marked by localized inflammation and fever. Also called Saint Anthony's fire.