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Koplik's spots

[kop-liks] /ˈkɒp lɪks/
noun, (in measles)
1.
small pale spots with reddish rims that appear on the lips and mucous membranes inside the cheeks before the skin eruption takes place.
Origin
1895-1900
1895-1900; named after Henry Koplik (1858-1927), U.S. pediatrician
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kopliks-spots in Medicine

Koplik's spots Kop·lik's spots (kŏp'lĭks)
pl.n.
Small red spots on the mucous membrane of the cheek, with a minute bluish-white speck in the center, regarded as symptomatic of measles.

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