The closing one was scarlet-fever, and he came out of it stone deaf.
She had been petted from babyhood, for scarlet-fever had left her weak and nervous.
Nervous affections are treated like those of scarlet-fever (92, &c.).
He had been attacked with hip-disease after the scarlet-fever.
One hundred and ninety-six men had had scarlet-fever and there had been four deaths.
A stage-child is no more immune to the vicious influences about it than to a scarlet-fever germ.
This is called the strawberry tongue of scarlet-fever, and is one of the characteristic symptoms of that disease.
There are also mild cases of scarlet-fever, when little or no rash appears, and the throat is very little affected.
Youth has a better chance of missing measles or scarlet-fever than of escaping that consuming passion to "go on the stage."
There was a little rash coming out, but in small dark purple spots, looking much more like measles than scarlet-fever.
scarlet fever scar·let fever (skär'lĭt)
An acute contagious disease caused by a hemolytic streptococcus, occurring predominantly among children and characterized by a scarlet skin eruption and high fever. Also called scarlatina.