variola sine eruptione

va·ri·o·la sine e·rup·ti·o·ne

an abortive form of smallpox in which the disease subsides without the appearance of any eruption, or at most a few papules that never go on to pustulation.
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All patients with hemorrhagic cases died, but all patients without a rash (variola sine eruptione, VSE) survived.