geographic ulcer

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A sharply demarcated corneal ulcer with scalloped margins, arising in dendritic keratitis, caused by herpes simplex; ± 12 respond to idoxuridine therapy

geographic ulcer

Ophthalmology A sharply demarcated corneal ulcer with scalloped margins, arising in dendritic keratitis, caused by HSV; ±12 respond to idoxuridine therapy
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Traditionally cartographers and producers of geographic data have relied upon copyright to protect the intellectual property of their works.
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National Geographic firmly declares that the company has no relationship with any candidate or campaign in this election.
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Mosquitoes are "adapting to cold climates and conquering new territory," reports Cheryl Katz for National Geographic. "Climate change, along with growing urbanization and the rise of international shipping and travel, will stretch the insects' range and access to large human populations." Research models suggest mosquitoes favor warm, wet conditions associated with climate change, and the insects can transmit other diseases including dengue and Chikungunya.