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lupoid

 [loo´poid]
pertaining to or resembling lupus.

lu·poid

(lū'poyd),
Resembling lupus.
[L. lupus + G. eidos, resemblance]

lupoid

/lu·poid/ (loo´poid) pertaining to or resembling lupus.

lupoid

resembling systemic lupus erythematosus.

lupoid

adjective Relating to a lupus erythematosus-like condition

lu·poid

(lū'poyd)
Resembling lupus.
Synonym(s): lupiform.
[L. lupus + G. eidos, resemblance]

lupoid

Resembling LUPUS VULGARIS.

lupoid

1. pertaining to lupus vulgaris.
2. a variant of sarcoidosis marked by small papular lesions.

lupoid dermatosis
an hereditary disease of German shorthaired pointers. Scaling and crusting starts on the face, then spreads over the body, particularly to the hocks and scrotum. The lesions may be painful and pruritic.
lupoid leishmaniasis
cutaneous leishmaniasis.
lupoid onychodystrophy
symmetrical sloughing of claws occurs, followed by regrowth of misshapen, crumbling claws. Histological changes show a lichenoid interface dermatitis. German shepherd dogs appear to be predisposed.
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Name Technique Classification Skull types Patient laying ulna Class I: Lupoid, easy (Sternum Chin side, the jaws and patient intubation Distance) jaws feature is head similar to observed, determining that of the wolves.
During the twelve months of observation, no recurrence was reported in the case group whereas in the control group one patient developed lupoid leishmaniasis.
Lupoid cutaneous leishmaniasis: a report of 16 cases.
At least since the 1990s, Swiss corporate governance has been directed towards protecting shareholder interests (Wymeersch 1998; Lupoid and Schnyder 2009), as is the case in Anglo-Saxon countries.
The clinical presentation was of 2 types: (1) typical (66%; 66 of 100), and (2) atypical (34%; 34 of 100) including erythematous leishmaniasis, volcanic ulcers (Figure 1), and multi-infections (Figure 2), with lupoid, diffuse, eczematous, verrucous, and nodular patterns.
2, UTET, Torino 1973, 211-342, ora in IDEM, Studi sul medioevo giuridico (Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medioevo, Studi Storici, 163-173), nella Sede dell'Istituto, Roma 1987, 263-433 (in particolare 395-401: a 401 per errore attribuisce a Ockham un pensiero di Lupoid von Bebenburg).
If I had a case that came in with a single digit where the claw was abnormal, Lupoid Onychodystrophy would not be high on my list.