Origin of exanthem
OTHER WORDS FROM exanthemex·an·the·mat·ic [eg-zan-thuh-mat-ik, ek-san-], /ɛgˌzæn θəˈmæt ɪk, ɛkˌsæn-/, ex·an·them·a·tous [eg-zan-them-uh-tuhs, ek-san-], /ˌɛg zænˈθɛm ə təs, ˌɛk sæn-/, adjective
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How to use exanthem in a sentence
The eruption seldom failed to give relief; but there were also cases of an universal fiery exanthem which proved fatal.A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Creighton
Upon its subsidence the exanthem of the disease as a rule promptly appears.
Evanescent rashes, which have nothing in common with the specific exanthem, are sometimes observed at this period.
The exanthem was of a hemorrhagic character, and the intervening skin was red and the face swollen.
According to Thomas, the disease at times immediately follows the exanthem, and reaches a fatal issue in a few days or weeks.