She took such care of her skin that she spoiled it with washes and recipes of many kinds, which gave her erysipelas and pimples.
His injuries about the head are so severe the doctors are in dread of erysipelas.'
Under these circumstances it is wisest at present to admit that the exact etiology of erysipelas is unknown.
One is so afraid of erysipelas with a wound of that kind; and it would be—fatal.
There is scarcely any drug that has not at some time been recommended as almost a specific for erysipelas.
We have erysipelas, fever and gangrene, and the Russian wounded are the worst.
Victorine was so nervous that her voice was like a file, and her face so crimson that the Marquis must think she has erysipelas!
Mete-afluing (Aelfric), atrophy.Wylde-fyr (wildfire) (Aelfric), erysipelas.
Excited and wet through, he talked wildly to Minna, the result being that he was put to bed with a severe attack of erysipelas.
He was threatened with erysipelas, but, fortunately, recovered.
erysipelas er·y·sip·e·las (ěr'ĭ-sĭp'ə-ləs, ēr'-)
An acute disease of the skin and subcutaneous tissue caused by a hemolytic bacterium and marked by localized inflammation and fever. Also called Saint Anthony's fire.