enanthem en·an·them (ĭ-nān’thəm) or en·an·the·ma (ěn’ān-thē’mə)
A mucous membrane eruption, especially one occurring in connection with one of the exanthemas.
en’an·them’a·tous (-thěm’ə-təs, -thē’mə-təs) adj.


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