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Definition of Smallpox

noun A contagious, constitutional, febrile disease characterized by a peculiar eruption; variola. The cutaneous eruption is at first a collection of papules which become vesicles (first flat, subsequently umbilicated

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  • Variola noun The smallpox.
  • Variolation noun Inoculation with smallpox.
  • Pockmarked adjective Marked by smallpox; pitted.
  • Antivariolous adjective Preventing the contagion of smallpox.
  • Pock-broken adjective Broken out, or marked, with smallpox; pock-fretten.
  • Pockmark noun A mark or pit made by smallpox.
  • Varioloid adjective Resembling smallpox; pertaining to the disease called varioloid.adjective The smallpox as modified by previous...
  • Variolous adjective Of or pertaining to the smallpox; having pits, or sunken impressions, like those of the smallpox; variolar; variolic.
  • Fretten adjective Rubbed; marked; as, pock-fretten, marked with the smallpox.

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CDC Smallpox Home - CDC Emergency Preparedness & Response Site

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Smallpox History - Home page

Smallpox History UCL - The control and eradication of smallpox in South Asia

Edward Jenner and the history of smallpox and vaccination

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Smallpox as a Biological Weapon, June 9, 1999, Henderson et ...

Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH; Thomas V. Inglesby, MD; John G. Bartlett, MD; Michael S. Ascher, MD