Definition of Scarlatinas

1. Noun. (plural of scarlatina) ¹



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Definition of Scarlatinas

1. scarlatina [n] - See also: scarlatina

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scarlatinas

scarily
scariness
scarinesses
scaring
scaringly
scariose
scarious
scarlatina
scarlatina haemorrhagica
scarlatina latens
scarlatina maligna
scarlatina rheumatica
scarlatina simplex
scarlatinal
scarlatinal nephritis
scarlatinas (current term)
scarlatinella
scarlatiniform
scarlatiniform erythema
scarlatinoid
scarlatinous
scarless
scarlet
scarlet bugler
scarlet bush
scarlet clematis
scarlet cup
scarlet fever
scarlet fever antitoxin

Literary usage of Scarlatinas

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1. Diphtheria by William Perry Northrup, Theodor von Jürgensen, Alfred Stengel (1902)
"Class's " Diplococcus scarlatinas."—Class § holds that the diplo- coccus described by him in a series of papers is the actual cause of scarlatina, ..."

2. Sessional Papers (1901)
"The further experiments that have been made in passing examples of definite Streptococcus scarlatinas through mice have brought out three main points ..."

3. A Treatise on Hygiene and Public Health by Thomas Stevenson, Shirley Forster Murphy (1898)
"streptococcus scarlatinas are by some observers considered to be genetically related to one another, inasmuch as they maintain that the streptococcus ..."

4. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1888)
"This was obtained only in one case, with the bacillus scarlatinas, ... Bacillus scarlatinas (provisional name).—Rods measuring 0.4 m. in thickness and 1.2 ..."

5. Therapeutic Gazette (1901)
"That the streptococcus scarlatinas or conglomerate is a special pathogenic ... The character of streptococcus scarlatinas as isolated from the tonsil of a ..."

6. Health at School: Considered in Its Mental, Moral, and Physical Aspects by Clement Dukes (1905)
"On the occurrence of scarlet fever, the streptococcus scarlatinas bacillus apparently finds a suitable soil for development in the inspissated secretion of ..."

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