[ rōō′bôr′ ]
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Redness, especially as a sign of inflammation.
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How to use rubor in a sentence
Owing to the color of the blood, the rubor, or redness, is not produced by inflammation here as it already exists.Report on Surgery to the Santa Clara County Medical Society|Joseph Bradford Cox
Pezronius1192 affirms that they are of Celtic extraction, and have the same signification as Galaticus rubor.