tache

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tache

 [tahsh] (Fr.)
a spot or blemish.
tache blanche (“white spot”), a white spot on the liver in certain infectious diseases.
t's bleuâtres (“bluish spots”), maculae caeruleae.
tache cérébrale (“cerebral spot”), a congested streak produced by drawing the nail across the skin; a concomitant of various nervous or cerebral diseases.
tache motrice (“motor spot”), a motor nerve ending in which the nerve fibril passes to a muscle cell, where it ends in a slight enlargement.
tache noire (“black spot”), an ulcer covered with a black crust, a characteristic local reaction at the presumed site of the infective bite in certain tickborne rickettsioses.

tache

(tahsh),
A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, such as a macule or freckle.
[Fr. spot]

tache

(tahsh) [Fr.] a spot or blemish.tachet´ic
tache blanche  (blahnsh) a white spot on the liver in certain infectious diseases.
taches bleuâtres  (bldbobr-ahtr´) maculae caeruleae.
tache cérébrale  (sa-ra-brahl´) a congested streak produced by drawing the nail across the skin; a concomitant of various nervous or cerebral diseases.
tache motrice  (mo-trēs´) motor end plate.
tache noire  (nwahr) an ulcer covered with a black crust, a characteristic local reaction at the presumed site of the infective bite in certain tickborne rickettsioses.

tache

[täsh]
Etymology: Fr
a spot, stain, blot, or mark.

tache

(tahsh)
A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, such as a macule or freckle.
[Fr. spot]