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crater

 [kra´ter]
an excavated area surrounded by an elevated margin, such as is caused by ulceration.

cra·ter

(krā'ter),
The most depressed, usually central portion of an ulcer.

crater

/cra·ter/ (kra´ter) an excavated area surrounded by an elevated margin.

crater

a pitlike depression, such as where an ulcer has been surgically removed.

crater

an excavated area surrounded by an elevated margin, as caused by ulceration.
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