aph·thae ma·jorThis widely used phrase contains a grammatical discord, aphthae being plural and major singular.
A severe form of aphthae characterized by unusually numerous, large, deep, and frequent ulcers; healing may take as long as 6 weeks and produce scarring.
aph·thae ma·jor(af'thē mā'jŏr)
Mikulicz,Johannes (Jan) von-Radecki, Polish surgeon in Germany, 1850-1905.
Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty - see under Heineke
Mikulicz aphthae - a severe form of aphthae. Synonym(s): aphthae major
Mikulicz disease - benign swelling of the lacrimal, and usually also of the salivary glands, in consequence of an infiltration of and replacement of the normal gland structure by lymphoid tissue.
Mikulicz mask - gauze-covered frame, worn over the nose and mouth while performing surgery.
Mikulicz syndrome - symptoms characteristic of Mikulicz disease occurring as a complication of some other disease, such as lymphoma or leukemia.
Mikulicz-Vladimiroff amputation - an osteoplastic resection of the foot. Synonym(s): Vladimiroff-Mikulicz amputation
Vladimiroff-Mikulicz amputation - Synonym(s): Mikulicz-Vladimiroff amputation