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white spots

Light-colored, elevated areas of various sizes occurring on the ventricular surface of the anterior leaflet of the mitral valve in endocarditis.
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An aggravating factor in the appearance of white spots is the very nature of the gloss, low fire glazes employed in current Maiolica ware.
Hind wing bright orange, outer border black with two regular series of white spots, upper side one black spot in male; veins prominently marked with black bandsDanaus plexippus Linnaeus Hind wing tawny, outer boarder black with one series of white spots; veins without black bands.
When they're on your rigger, under your spread, it's impossible not to see them," Hamlin said, referring to white spots.
Answer: Freshwater white spot disease, also known as ich or ick, is the most common disease of all freshwater and marine aquarium fish and is probably responsible for more fish deaths than just about any other disease.
Drench Boot in Red & White Spots was PS85 now PS60
However, it said reports of losses due to white spot disease came from China in 1993, where it led to a virtual collapse of the shrimp farming industry.
However, remineralization of white spots takes a long time, and the lesions may be left to some degree.
The first observation of one of these was made in 1876; the Great White Spot of 2010 was the sixth one to be observed.
When tilted forwards, three white spots can be seen above the word Stamford.
The WSSV name is derived from the clinical sign that has been reported in some susceptible penaeid shrimp hosts, for example the presence of white spots associated with calcium deposition on the inner surface of cuticle (16).
He was wearing a purple-buttoned shirt with white spots and is said to resemble the X Factor pop star.
The cosmetic treatment of cariogenic white spots, in one patient visit, is very appealing to patients, and their parents (Fig.