GENERAL FEATURES OF LESIONS



SEBACEUS. Concerning the sebaceous glands or their secretion.

SENILIS. Occurring in advanced years.

SERPIGINOSUS. Extending in one direction while healing in another.

SICCUS. Dry, unaccompanied by moisture.

SYMMETRICALIS. Similarly distributed on the two lateral halves of the body.

TOXICUS. Poisonous.

UNIFORMIS. Exhibiting lesions of the same type.

UNIVERSALIS. Affecting the entire surface of the body.

URTICATUS. Accompanied by wheals.

UTERINUS. Associated with or pertaining to the uterus.

VARIEGATUS. Exhibiting several distinct features.

VARIOLIFORMIS. Resembling variola.

VASCULOSUS. Accompanied by blood-vessels.

VENENATOUS. Poisonous.

VERSICOLOR. Exhibiting several degrees of the same color.

VULGARIS. The commonly observed form or type.

Frederick Dearborn
Dr Frederick Myers DEARBORN (1876-1960)
American homeopath, he directed several hospitals in New York.
Professor of dermatology.
Served as Lieut. Colonel during the 1st World War.
See his book online: American homeopathy in the world war