noun, plural fa·vus·es for 1, fa·vi [fey-vahy] /ˈfeɪ vaɪ/ for 2.
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What are the symptoms of favus when seated upon the general surface?
Scratching aggravated the condition, so that some places assumed a cup-like appearance, somewhat as favus.
Tinea Favosa, or favus, is a contagious and a very stubborn disease of the skin, caused by the fungus Achorion Schoenleinii.Essays In Pastoral Medicine
He is on the keen lookout for favus (contagious skin disease), and for signs of disease or deformity.Aliens or Americans?
Howard B. Grose
In the same general manner as favus of the scalp, but the remedies employed should be somewhat weaker.