Origin of ulcer
Related formsan·ti·ul·cer, adjective
Examples from the Web for ulcer
Indeed, Rep. Paul Ryan may talk a good game about the poor, but his policies still give social-justice advocates an ulcer.
The doctors suspected a heart issue or an ulcer and recommended he follow up with his regular physician.No Answers in Death of Technician Linked to Andrew Breitbart|Christine Pelisek|November 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Buffered and enteric-coated aspirin do not eliminate the risk of developing an ulcer.
The hot compresses dissolve the diseased matter, so that the ulcer opens.Valere Aude|Louis Dechmann
The ulcers from buboes partake of the same character, the edges being hard and the ulcer disposed to burrow.
Constant sickness, either arising from mucous inflammation or ulcer of the stomach, contra—indicate the use of the thermal water.Buxton and its Medicinal Waters|Robert Ottiwell Gifford-Bennet
The phagedænic condition is the result of an ulcer being infected with specially virulent bacteria.
When the ulcer has healed it leaves a scar which is depressed, and if over a bone, is adherent to it.