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guttate

 [gut´āt]
resembling a drop.

gut·tate

(gŭt'tāt),
Of the shape of, or resembling, a drop, characterizing certain cutaneous lesions.

guttate

(gŭt′āt′) also

guttated

(-ā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having or resembling drops.
2. Spotted as if by drops.

gut·tate

(gŭt'āt)
Of the shape of, or resembling, a drop, characterizing certain cutaneous lesions.

guttate

1. In the form of drops.
2. Speckled or spotted as if by drops. Drop-shaped.

guttate

resembling a drop.
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