Hæmorrhage may take place from a varicose vein as a result of a wound or of ulceration of its wall.
The ulceration of the throat is of the most formidable nature.
Corrosive poisons may cause redness, charring, or ulceration of the mouth and throat and a burning sensation in the stomach.
Lupus erythematosus has no papules, tubercles or ulceration.
Thus, we may observe various grades of inflammation and ulceration of the larynx, trachea, and bronchial tubes.
When there is ulceration, antiseptic dressings should be applied.
This cell-infiltration may of itself undergo later changes, as fatty degeneration and softening (ulceration).
At the first indication of ulceration the cause of irritation should be removed.
It was now, for the first time, ascertained that his disease was ulceration of the stomach.
Turpentine and copaiba have something in their favor in ulceration.
ulceration ul·cer·a·tion (ŭl'sə-rā'shən)
Development of an ulcer.
An ulcer or an ulcerous condition.
ulcerate ul·cer·ate (ŭl'sə-rāt')
v. ul·cer·at·ed, ul·cer·at·ing, ul·cer·ates
To develop an ulcer; become ulcerous.