A lesion of the skin or a mucous membrane such as the one lining the stomach or duodenum that is accompanied by formation of pus and necrosis of surrounding tissue, usually resulting from inflammation or ischemia.a circumscribed, craterlike lesion of the skin or mucous membrane resulting from necrosis that accompanies some inflammatory, infectious, or malignant processes.
An ulcer may be shallow, involving only the epidermis, as in pemphigus, or deep, as in a rodent ulcer. See Bairnesdale ulcer, Buruli ulcer, Esophageal ulcer, Kissing ulcer, Pressure ulcer, Rodent ulcer ENT Mouth ulcer, see there.
I was hoping to get a feel of how guys would respond to a woman who fessed up to having dentures. There was a thread last year in the Over 45 forum but I specifically wanted to hear from the guys.
Anyone with personal EXPERIENCE is welcome to post. I'm not sure how to answer this as I've never encountered it before.
In four weeks, I will celebrate two years as an edentulous individual and proud user of full dentures. As a child of the '50's, it was very common for people to have full dentures by the age of 40; I considered it a right of...
Stasis ulcers are difficult to treat because impaired blood flow interferes with the normal healing process and prolongs repair.Some kinds of ulcers are peptic ulcer, pressure ulcer, and serpent ulcer. See Aphthous ulcer GI disease Duodenal ulcer, see there.See Cushing's ulcer, Dieulafoy ulcer, Peptic ulcer, Stercoral ulcer, Stress ulcer Ophthalmology A defect on the epithelium of the eye.Although I like being bitten once in a while so as long as you can do that I suppose it can be overlooked...just be sure to leave them in during sex Just don't expect me to sleep next to them in a glass.Patient care is concerned with preventing a superimposed infection in the ulcer, increasing blood flow in the deeper veins, and decreasing pressure within the superficial veins.hypertensive ischemic ulcer a manifestation of infarction of the skin due to arteriolar occlusion as part of a longstanding vascular disease, seen especially in women in late middle age, and presenting as a red painful plaque on the lower limb or ankle that later breaks down into a superficial ulcer surrounded by a zone of purpuric erythema.marginal ulcer a peptic ulcer occurring at the margin of a surgical anastomosis of the stomach and small intestine or duodenum.