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When the ex-smoker went to the emergency room in respiratory failure, X-rays revealed lung lesions typical of cancer.
By adding the Pap test to the HPV group, an additional three lesions were found.
Within a day, some survivors exposed to the dust would begin to experience itching and burning sensations; within two to three weeks, lesions would begin to appear.
Photographs showed blood on his white cassock and a lesion on his arm.
Among the word snapshots to be rated were these: Your friend shows you a big, oozing lesion on his foot.
Liver lesions, for example, appear in 10 to 14 percent of CT scans.
Allergic lesions, common in American bulldogs, can look like ringworm.
That obstructs the small artery that goes to the lesion, thereby cutting off the blood supply.
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LESION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lesion for English Language Learners
medical : an injured or diseased spot or area on or in the body
LESION Defined for Kids
legal Definition of lesion
Origin and Etymology of lesion
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