- vesical diverticulum,
- vesical hematuria,
- vesical hernia,
- vesical triangle,
- vesical vein,
Origin of vesicant
Examples from the Web for vesicant
Reduction having been affected, the application of a vesicant over the whole patellar region is customary.
Following this, a vesicant is employed and the subject is allowed a month's rest.
It is used externally as an irritant or vesicant to the skin.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
Following the acute stage of such an infection, any local counter-irritating application or even a vesicant is in order.
The vesicant matter consists of little micaceous lamin soluble in boiling alcohol and oil, but insoluble in water.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
noun plural -cants or -catories
Word Origin for vesicant
1660s, from Medieval Latin vesicantem (nominative vesicans), present participle of vesicare, from vesica "a bladder, a blister" (see ventral). From 1826 as an adjective.