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Definition of Phlegmon

Phlegmon
Phlegmon Phleg"mon, n. [L. phlegmone, phlegmon, inflammation beneath the skin, Gr. ?, fr. ? to burn: cf. F. phlegmon.] (Med.) Purulent inflammation of the cellular or areolar tissue.

Meaning of Phlegmon from wikipedia

- A phlegmon is a localized area of acute inflammation of the soft tissues. It is a descriptive term which may be used for inflammation related to a bacterial...
- multocida, and Histophilus somni, for treatment of bovine interdigital phlegmon (foot rot, acute interdigital necrobacillosis, infectious pododermatitis)...
- Calonotos phlegmon is a moth of the subfamily Arctiinae. It was described by Pieter Cramer in 1775. It is found in Brazil and French Guiana. Savela, Markku...
- absence does not preclude it. In severe cases with perforation, an adjacent phlegmon or abscess can be seen. Dense fluid layering in the pelvis can also result...
- chosen for **** medical experiments. In November 1942, 20 were given phlegmons. 120 were used by Dr Schilling for malaria experiments between July 1942...
- at the Salon des Independants. In the same month Rousseau suffered a phlegmon in his leg, one which he ignored. In August, when he was admitted to the...
- φλέγμα (phlégma), φλόξ (phlóx) "flame" phlegm, phlegmasia, phlegmatic, phlegmon, phlegmonous, phlogistic, phlogiston, Phlox phloe- tree bark Gr**** φλοιός...
- common, occurring in up to 25% of all cases, typically after 4–6 w****s) and phlegmon/abscess formation, splenic artery pseudoaneurysms, hemorrhage from erosions...
- He missed his first day of the next tournament in July 2012 due to a phlegmon inflammation, but was able to recover and return to the tournament to win...
- the Battle of Greece because he died in Athens on 29 January 1941 of a phlegmon of the pharynx, which subsequently led to incurable toxaemia. He was succeeded...
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