Comby sign


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Com·by sign

(kom'bē),
an early sign of measles, consisting of thin, whitish patches on the gums and buccal mucous membrane, formed of desquamating epithelial cells.

Com·by sign

(kom'bē sīn)
An early sign of measles, consisting of thin, whitish patches on the gums and buccal mucous membrane, formed of desquamating epithelial cells.

Comby,

Jules, French pediatrician, 1853-1947.
Comby sign - an early sign of measles, consisting of thin whitish patches on the gums and buccal mucous membrane, formed of desquamating epithelial cells.
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