Definition of Eschars

1. Noun. (plural of eschar) ¹

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Definition of Eschars

1. eschar [n] - See also: eschar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eschars

escarpments
escarps
escars
escatology
eschalot
eschalots
eschar
eschara
escharase
escharectomy
escharine
escharotic
escharotick
escharotics
escharotomy
eschars (current term)
eschatocol
eschatocols
eschatological
eschatologically
eschatologies
eschatologist
eschatology
eschaton
eschaunge
escheat
escheatable
escheatage
escheated
escheating

Literary usage of Eschars

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1. A Reference handbook of the medical sciences embracing the entire range of by Albert Henry Buck (1908)
"eschars on Oie lips may be white, grayish, or, when drying has occurred, dark brown. The eschars on the cutaneous surfaces, if any, are usually brown, dry, ..."

2. Lectures on the diseases of the nervous system by Jean Martin Charcot (1879)
"Sacral eschars. Terminal complaints: they differ from those of disseminated sclerosis. Duration of paralysis agitan? ..."

3. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1866)
"... eschars, and to relieve pain by the internal and local use of anodynes, is ill that is left for the physician in most of these cases. ..."

4. The History, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the Fevers of the United States by Elisha Bartlett (1852)
"V.—eschars. Gangrenous sloughs and ulcerations seem to be common in some epidemics of typhus fever, and rare in others. At Philadelphia, in 1836, ..."

5. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1856)
"With regard to the number of these eschars, much will depend on the extent ... If the vein be very tortuous and large, as many as eight or ten eschars may ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1831)
"On some parts the eschars were floating on the serum, these afterwards became ... On the second day the child was going on well; some of the eschars were ..."

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