But there is also more evidence of use from air purifiers than in the exanthemata.
In pharyngitis and laryngitis when associated with exanthemata.
The clothes should be baked, steeped, and washed, as in the exanthemata.
Horsepox is also frequently mistaken for the exanthemata attending some forms of venereal disease in horses.
But of these the Greeks do not appear to have treated under any other name than exanthemata.
It is a word applied to any eruptive disease, to the whole class of exanthemata.
Typhus at length became so much a spotted fever that the question arose whether it should not be classed among the exanthemata.
exanthema ex·an·the·ma (ěg'zān-thē'mə) or ex·an·them (ĭg-zān'thəm)
A skin eruption occurring as a symptom of an acute viral or coccal disease.
A disease, such as measles or scarlet fever, accompanied by a skin eruption.