Traveling through the bodily fluids of an infected person, Ebola enters through a mucous membrane or break in the skin.
Drs Dewar and MKendrick found that ozone acted as a very powerful irritant upon the mucous membranes.
We may act on either the skin or mucous membrane, or both at once.
By throwing a strong light into the wound, the condition of the mucous membrane can be inspected and granulations removed.
The skin is very pale, the mucous membranes are bluish white.
Throughout, the respiratory tract is lined with mucous membrane.
Arsenic inflames the mucous membranes of the alimentary passages.
There is great disposition to the accumulation of viscid, discolored mucus on the surface of the mucous membrane.
The whole of the mucous surface is stained of a dirty yellow.
Chronic inflammation tends to thickening of the mucous membrane.
mucous mu·cous (myōō'kəs)
Containing, producing, or secreting mucus.
Relating to, consisting of, or resembling mucus.