desquamation

[ des-kwuh-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF desquamation

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The packs, once a day, should be continued about a week after desquamation.

Meat and soup should only be given, when desquamation has fairly begun.

Convalescence was slow; sometimes there was desquamation of the skin.

This desquamation is sometimes in mass, in sheets peeling off like a pseudo-membrane.

Healthy children must be strictly seperated from the sick till the end of desquamation or scaling—a period of four to six weeks.

At the beginning of the second week desquamation, or scaling, begins, the skin peeling off in minute flakes.

If recovery is prompt and desquamation (scaling) is in progress, warm baths may be applied for a few days.

The third spring aggravation came with full severity, but lasted only three days, when desquamation followed.

Irritable papular eruption on both hands, followed by desquamation.

Sometimes an eruption of the skin was seen, but desquamation did not occur.

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shedding

nounpeeling
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