furunculoid

furunculoid

 [fu-rung´ku-loid]
resembling a furuncle or boil.
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furunculoid

adjective Furuncle-like.
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fu·run·cu·loid

(fŭr-ŭng'kyū-loyd)
Resembling a furuncle.
[furunculus + G. eidos, resemblance]
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The infestation is most often subcutaneous and produces a furunculoid or boil-like lesion but can also occur in wounds and certain body cavities.
The parasitic biontophage larvae of the healthy tissue cause the furunculoid myiasis, and the flies from the species Dermatobia hominis, Cochliomyia hominivorax and Oestrus ovis are the major responsible for this situation [2].