IPA: ʌɫsɝˈeɪʃʌn


  • The development of an ulcer.
  • An ulcerous condition.

Examples of "ulceration" in Sentences

  • Fibrotic tissue may predispose the tissue to ulceration.
  • "Many people are also worried about possible complications such as ulceration and thrombosis.
  • When someone takes too much iron, the first effect is irritation and ulceration of the stomach lining.
  • Studies show that Andrographis protects the liver from toxins and protects the stomach from ulceration by several different mechanisms.
  • -- The condition usually known as ulceration of the womb, is not what is commonly termed ulceration elsewhere, but would be more properly termed abrasion, or erosion.
  • The form of ulceration which is presented by cancer in its latest stages bears so great a resemblance to suppurative ulceration that the two things have long since been compared.
  • However, potential complications include: bleeding infection skin blistering, scarring or ulceration nerve damage injury to surrounding structures (skin, nerves or organs) allergic reaction to X-ray dye or sclerosant blood in the urine
  • What remorse and useless regrets add to the misery of their wretched existence as they daily watch the progress of a malignant ulceration which is destroying their organs of speech, or burrowing deep into the recesses of the skull, penetrating even to the brain itself!
  • The distinction between the two varieties of cool and warm, however, may easily be determined by remembering the fact that in most cases the first, or cool, is due to a simple exostosis, while the second is generally connected with disease of the articulation, such as ulceration of the articular surface -- a condition which, as we proceed further, will receive our attention when we reach the subject of stringhalt.

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