We shall consider the subject therefore under two forms—namely, Catarrhal; erythematous gastritis.
It is developed, as a rule, from the erythematous or papular type.
This in its mildest form is catarrhal or erythematous, and is attended only by slight swelling tenderness and salivation.
In the sluggish, dry, erythematous, scaly and papular types.
Describe the various shapes which the erythematous lesions may assume.
Simple, superficial, erythematous, or catarrhal stomatitis; pultaceous stomatitis.
The papular eruption is observed in conjunction with the erythematous manifestation, or it occurs alone.
erythematous, morbilliform and erythemato-papular; itching is usually present and moderate desquamation may follow.
erythematous and scarlatinoid; usually no febrile disturbance, and desquamation seldom follows.
The lesions arise from erythematous skin, from preëxisting vesicles or vesicular groups, or from apparently normal integument.
erythema er·y·the·ma (ěr'ə-thē'mə)
Redness of the skin caused by dilatation and congestion of the capillaries, often a sign of inflammation or infection.