The extract is used as a gargle, wash for ulcerous eruptions and taken internally in tubercular meningitis.
In Denmark in 1894 over forty per cent were diagnosed as tubercular.
As I sat here a moment ago I heard at least a dozen tubercular coughs.
In this way the tubercular masses and various other lesions are formed.
It has been shown in some localities that one cow out of every twenty-five was affected with tubercular disease.
The first and second bicuspids have tubercular cusps, they being in line.
Birch-Hirschfeld asserts that cheesy degeneration of the mesenteric glands is always accompanied by tubercular formations.
For the sake of the child it must be separated from its tubercular parent.
tubercular disease has, within the past few years, been transferred from men to animals by inoculation.
I judged that a great many of them were tubercular, or the thin emaciated faces may have been evidences of exposure and want.
tubercular tu·ber·cu·lar (tu-bûr'kyə-lər, tyu-)
Of, relating to, or covered with tubercles; tuberculate.
Of, relating to, or affected with tuberculosis.