Origin of erysipelas
Related formser·y·si·pel·a·tous [er-uh-si-pel-uh-tuh s, eer-] /ˌɛr ə sɪˈpɛl ə təs, ˌɪər-/, adjectivepseu·do·er·y·si·pel·a·tous, adjective
Examples from the Web for erysipelatous
It is one of the complications of facial erysipelas, but erysipelatous pharyngitis may occur primarily.
An erysipelatous scab, or erysipelas, attended with considerable itching, sometimes troubles sheep.Sheep, Swine, and Poultry|Robert Jennings
Those which most fixed our attention were the confluent, the roseate, the tuberculous, and the erysipelatous.
The contents of erysipelatous vesicles containing no micrococci excited no morbid manifestations.
Only the bitten leg had erysipelatous inflammation, which had to be treated afterwards, but the man was quite safe.On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote|A. Mueller