dermatosis

[dur-muh-toh-sis]

Origin of dermatosis

From New Latin, dating back to 1865–70; see origin at dermat-, -osis
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Examples from the Web for dermatosis

Historical Examples of dermatosis

  • The bullæ which appear in this dermatosis contain, so long as their contents are clear, chiefly polynuclear eosinophil cells.


British Dictionary definitions for dermatosis

dermatosis

noun plural -toses (-ˈtəʊsiːz)
  1. any skin disease
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dermatosis in Medicine

dermatosis

[dûr′mə-tōsĭs]
n. pl. der•ma•to•ses (-sēz)
  1. A skin disease, especially one that is not accompanied by inflammation.
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