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Smallpox — Small pox , n. [Small + pox, pocks.] (Med.) A contagious, constitutional, febrile disease characterized by a peculiar eruption; variola. The cutaneous eruption is at first a collection of papules which become vesicles (first flat, subsequently… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
smallpox — 1510s, small pokkes, as distinguished from great pox syphillis (see POX (Cf. pox)). Cf. Fr. petite vérole … Etymology dictionary
smallpox — ► NOUN ▪ an acute contagious disease spread by a virus, with fever and pustules usually leaving permanent scars … English terms dictionary
smallpox — [smôlpäks΄] n. an acute, highly contagious disease caused by a poxvirus and characterized by prolonged fever, vomiting, and pustular eruptions that often leave pitted scars, or pockmarks, when healed: see VARIOLA … English World dictionary
Smallpox — otheruses4|the disease the 1982 Serbian film|Variola Vera|the fish genus|Variola (Serranidae) Infobox Disease Name = Smallpox Caption = A child infected with smallpox ICD10 = ICD10|B|03| |b|00 ICD9 = ICD9|050 DiseasesDB = 12219 MedlinePlus =… … Wikipedia
smallpox — /smawl poks /, n. Pathol. an acute, highly contagious, febrile disease, caused by the variola virus, and characterized by a pustular eruption that often leaves permanent pits or scars: eradicated worldwide by vaccination programs. [1510 20; SMALL … Universalium
smallpox — noun … OF SMALLPOX ▪ attack ▪ In 1742 he suffered a fatal attack of smallpox. ▪ case ▪ 15 million cases of smallpox were reported worldwide. ▪ outbreak … Collocations dictionary
smallpox — n. 1) to contract, develop smallpox 2) a smallpox epidemic (there have been no smallpox epidemics for many years) * * * develop smallpox to contract a smallpox epidemic (there have been no smallpox epidemics for many years) … Combinatory dictionary
smallpox — An acute eruptive contagious disease caused by a poxvirus (Orthopoxvirus, a member of the family Poxviridae) and marked at the onset by chills, high fever, backache, and headache; in 2–5 days the constitu … Medical dictionary
Smallpox — Variole Pour la « grande vérole », qui n a aucun lien de parenté avec la variole (malgré son surnom), voir syphilis. Variole Classification et ressources externes CIM 10 B03 CIM 9 050 … Wikipédia en Français
smallpox — (variola; smawl poks) Once a highly contagious, often fatal disease caused by a poxvirus. Its most noticeable symptom was the appearance of blisters and pustules on the skin. Vaccination has eradicated smallpox throughout the world … Dictionary of microbiology