[skleer-uh s, skler-]
- hard; firm; bony.
Origin of sclerous
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Lactic acid, applied with one to ten or more parts of water is also of value in the sclerous and verrucous types.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin
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- anatomy pathol hard; bony; indurated
C19: from Greek sklēros hard
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