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Literary usage of Posteruptive
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by James Meschter Anders, John Herr Musser (1917)
"(8) posteruptive staining of syphilitic eruptions. (!)) The administration of silver nitrate for a long time (argyria). (10) Marked brunette complexions and ..."
2. A Manual of the practice of medicine by Arthur Albert Stevens (1915)
"The contagiousness of the posteruptive period, which is to be ascribed to sore throat, nasal or aural discharges, rather than to epidermal desquamation, ..."
3. Diseases of infants and children by Henry Dwight Chapin, Godfrey Roger Pisek (1911)
"It is in he posteruptive stage that this feature is particularly of diagnostic mportance. THE BLOOD.—The blood in scarlet fever has been carefully studied, ..."
4. Acute Contagious Diseases by William Miller Welch, Jay Frank Schamberg (1905)
"He says: " Less known, and from a practical point of view less important, are certain posteruptive rashes, which include (1) a scarlatiniform erythema, ..."
5. Review Of Fluoride: Benefits And Risks. Report Of The Ad Hoc Subcommittee On by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"For this reason, the investigators concluded that posteruptive mineralization or abrasion over time could not account for the observed differences in dental ..."