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Myrmecia

(mir-mē'shē-ă),
A genus of stinging ants of Australia.

myr·me·ci·a

(mĭr-mē'shē-ă),
A form of viral wart in which the lesion has a domed surface (that is, an ant hill configuration) and is associated with pale staining intranuclear and amphophilic intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies in the epidermal cells.
Synonym(s): bull ant
[G. murmex, ant]
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myr·me·ci·a

(mir-mē'shē-ă)
A form of viral wart in which the lesion has a domed surface (i.e., an anthill configuration).
[G. murmex, ant]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

myrmecia

(mŭr-mē′shē-ă) [Gr. myrmex, ant]
A dome-shaped wart.
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