Chaussier areola

Chaussier areola

(shō-sē-ā′)
[François Chaussier, Fr. physician, 1746–1828]
Indurated tissue that surrounds a pustule caused by anthrax.

Chaussier,

François, French physician, 1746-1828.
Chaussier areola - a ring of indurated tissue surrounding the lesion of cutaneous anthrax.
Chaussier line - the anteroposterior line of the corpus callosum as appearing on median section of the brain.
Chaussier sign - severe pain in the epigastrium, a prodrome of eclampsia.