The extract is used as a gargle, wash for ulcerous eruptions and taken internally in tubercular meningitis.
Slowly one of the priests approached the portrait and put out an ulcerous hand to touch the face.
The universal desire was to skin and film the ulcerous place with adulation and hypocrisy.
Tulan stared at the ulcerous image on the screen, built up by infra-red probing through the opaque atmosphere.
The local lesions, be they pustular or ulcerous, heal without cicatrices.
He said he wished to have one jolly day, but the fellow is almost a skeleton with his ulcerous leg.
Signs: Great, ulcerous, wartlike, blood-filled blisters that grew rapidly over the body.
In the ulcerous sore throat much advantage has been experienced from the vapours of effervescing mixtures drawn into the fauces.
She was told that the saint's name was Roch and that he had miraculously cured her little boy of an ulcerous leg.
Meanwhile we have to overtake Fothergills history of the ulcerous sore-throat in or near London.
ulcerous ul·cer·ous (ŭl'sər-əs)
Of the nature of ulcers or an ulcer.
Having ulcers or an ulcer.