Bill short, stout, cerate; upper mandible with the tip elongated and decurved; lower mandible rounded and thin-edged at the end.
Lint is used for dressing ulcers, either alone or smeared with some suitable ointment or cerate.
I distributed some Turner's cerate to the women, but left Fraser to superintend its application.
For corns between the toes, add to the cerate a little soft, open white wool, such as you may pick off the surface of a blanket.
This name has also been given to compound cerate of lead, and even to cerate of acetate of lead.
Before the hands are washed, rub them thoroughly with a little of the cerate, then wash them as usual.
Ointment of tar and suet; or poultice for two or three days, and then cerate with lapis calaminaris.
M. M. Cover the eruption with cerate made with lapis calaminaris, to be renewed every day.