de·cu·bi·tus ulcer (dĭ-kyo͞oʹbĭ-təs) n.
See bedsore.
  [Medieval Latin dēcubitus, lying down, being bedridden, from past participle of Latin dēcumbere, to lie down. See decumbent.]

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Universalium. 2010.

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