The American-led miliary coalition denied the charges of abuse.
But in children the fever with miliary rash was predominant, and of it the fatality is put at one death in every thirty cases.
This young woman's lungs are full of miliary tubercles—little round bodies the size of a millet seed.
Does the disease bear any resemblance to the miliary papular syphilide, psoriasis, and papular eczema?
Nor are the cases of miliary tuberculosis, resulting from caseous degeneration of rachitical glands, very exceptional.
miliary, mil′yar-i, adj. like a millet-seed: having formations of the size of millet-seeds, as miliary glands.
It may come from miliary aneurisms of the gastric arteries or from varicose veins in the wall of the stomach.
He never saw any miliary eruptions, and only sometimes petechiae, or small spots, or marbling as in measles.
Especially in obscure cases should careful search be made for miliary aneurisms.
miliary aneurisms have been found by Galliard and others as a cause of profuse and even fatal hemorrhage from the stomach.
miliary mil·i·ar·y (mĭl'ē-ěr'ē)
Having the appearance of grains derived from haylike millet grass.
Characterized by the presence of small skin lesions that have the size and appearance of millet seeds.