Hemorrhagic-measles



noun, Pathology.
1.
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noun, Pathology.
1.
a severe form of measles characterized by dark, hemorrhagic eruptions.
plural noun
1.
(often functioning as sing) a severe form of measles characterized by dark eruptions caused by bleeding under the skin

hemorrhagic measles n.
See black measles.

black measles n.
A severe form of measles characterized by dark, hemorrhagic skin eruptions. Also called hemorrhagic measles.

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