fistulous withers noun plural but singular or plural in construction
: a deep-seated chronic inflammation of the withers of the horse in which bloody fluid is discharged
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fistulous withers noun plural but usually singular in construction (Medical Dictionary)
: a deep-seated chronic inflammation of the withers of the horse that discharges seropurulent or bloody fluid through one or more openings and is probably associated with infection by bacteria of the genus Brucella (especially B. abortus)
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