sclerema

/skli ree"meuh/, n. Pathol.
sclerosis, or hardening, esp. of the skin.
[1855-60; SCLER- + (ED)EMA]

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  • Sclerema — Scle*re ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. sklhro s hard.] (Med.) Induration of the cellular tissue. [1913 Webster] {Sclerema of adults}. See {Scleroderma}. {Sclerema neonatorum}[NL., of the newborn], an affection characterized by a peculiar hardening and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sclerema — vgl. Sklerem …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • sclerema — Induration of subcutaneous fat. [scler + edema] s. neonatorum s. appearing at birth or in early infancy, usually in premature and hypothermic infants, as sharply demarcated and yellowish white indurated plaques that usually involve the cheeks,… …   Medical dictionary

  • sclerema — n. (Medicine) sclerosis, hardening of a tissue or body part (esp. the skin) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sclerema — scle·re·ma …   English syllables

  • sclerema — /skli ree meuh/, n. Pathol. sclerosis, or hardening, esp. of the skin. [1855 60; SCLER + (ED)EMA] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sclerema neonatorum — Sclerema Scle*re ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. sklhro s hard.] (Med.) Induration of the cellular tissue. [1913 Webster] {Sclerema of adults}. See {Scleroderma}. {Sclerema neonatorum}[NL., of the newborn], an affection characterized by a peculiar hardening …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sclerema of adults — Sclerema Scle*re ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. sklhro s hard.] (Med.) Induration of the cellular tissue. [1913 Webster] {Sclerema of adults}. See {Scleroderma}. {Sclerema neonatorum}[NL., of the newborn], an affection characterized by a peculiar hardening …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sclerema adiposum — sclerema neonatorum sclerema …   Medical dictionary

  • sclerema neonatorum — scle·re·ma neo·na·to·rum sklə rē mə .nē ə nə tōr əm n hardening of the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues in newborn infants …   Medical dictionary

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