Finally the tuberculous tissue breaks down and liquefies, resulting in the formation of a cold abscess.
The sides of the face, and round the eyes, are bare and tuberculous.
We're tuberculous as a family, and the knee will probably turn out tuberculous.
The tuberculous ulcer is described in the chapter on ulcers.
Formerly the diagnosis of tuberculous inflammation of the spine in its beginning stages was very uncertain.
Six wards are reserved for tuberculous cases, who have their own special nurses.
Showing the survival of tuberculous stock by accession of strength from the normal.
Those which most fixed our attention were the confluent, the roseate, the tuberculous, and the erysipelatous.
The young man was now suffering from the fever which is the sure symptom of the approaching end in all tuberculous complaints.
Eruption hard and tuberculous on face and arms; small and pointed on breast.
tuberculous tu·ber·cu·lous (tu-bûr'kyə-ləs, tyu-)
Of, relating to, or having tuberculosis.
Of, affected with, or caused by tubercles.