There are three forms of periostitis—aseptic, purulent, and fibrous.
Its use is confined to the later symptoms,—to periostitis, and the late eruptions, as Rupia.
A wretched dentist used contaminated forceps in extracting a tooth, and Chekhov was attacked by periostitis in a malignant form.
Chronic ostitis and periostitis denote long-continued and increased vascular supply.
That the disease is epiphysitis and periostitis there is no doubt.
We may, in fact, explain them by suggesting either a chronic synovitis alone, or a synovitis complicated with periostitis.
In periostitis, and secondary eruptions, Iodide of Potassium is generally preferable.
periostitis per·i·os·ti·tis (pěr'ē-ŏ-stī'tĭs) or per·i·os·te·i·tis (-ŏs'tē-ī'tĭs)
Inflammation of the periosteum.