tuberculous

[ too-bur-kyuh-luh s, tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tuberculous

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This is doubtless quite correct, but why should the bishop be tuberculous?

Examination of all members of a family where one member is discovered to be tuberculous.

Cows are exceedingly liable to tuberculous disease of the udder.

Tuberculous cattle are equally objectionable as food for dogs.

The sides of the face, and round the eyes, are bare and tuberculous.

Contamination of milk by the manure of tuberculous cows can also occur.

Only those familiar with many autopsies on the tuberculous can appreciate this.

Nurses made in all 39,737 visits to the homes of the tuberculous patients.

The tuberculous ulcer is described in the chapter on ulcers.

It is possible that the tuberculous tissue may undergo cicatrisation.

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