Origin of exanthem
Related formsex·an·the·mat·ic [eg-zan-thuh-mat-ik, ek-san-] /ɛgˌzæn θəˈmæt ɪk, ɛkˌsæn-/, ex·an·them·a·tous [eg-zan-them-uh-tuh s, ek-san-] /ˌɛg zænˈθɛm ə təs, ˌɛk sæn-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for exanthematous
Measles or Rubeola is an exanthematous or eruptive contagious form of children's disease.
The anatomy of the exanthematous lesions in hemorrhagic variola is not different from that described above.
Aphthous stomatitis sometimes accompanies certain of the continued fevers, exanthematous and non-exanthematous.
Scarlet fever is an exanthematous form of disease distinguished by a scarlet eruption of the skin.
Description: The most beneficial salve in case of inflamed wounds, boils or exanthematous eruptions.