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When I do anything, such as opening a whitlow, which he thinks clever, he exclaims, "May God forgive your sins!" Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy). The medical ...

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Whitlow definition, an inflammation of the deeper tissues of a finger or toe, especially of the terminal phalanx, usually producing suppuration. See more.

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Herpetic whitlow is a herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection of a digit. Medical and dental personnel are at risk for herpetic whitlow because of exposure to oral.

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What is a viral finger infection? Infection of one or more fingers with a virus can cause an infection called herpetic whitlow. What is the cause? The viruses that ...

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Sep 1, 2018 ... JaTarvious Whitlow's game-winning touchdown against No. 6 Washington was dedicated to his grandmother, Sylvia Holloway, who passed ...

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A match that has been soaked in an accelerant such as gasoline or kerosine and the dried, that immidiately ignites the entire matchstick when the matchhead is ...

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An unusual case of a gangrenous herpetic whitlow is reported. The patient, a 37- year-old man with a ten-year history of intra- venous drug abuse, was antibody ...

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John Whitlow is an Associate Professor at the CUNY School of Law, where he teaches primarily in the Community & Economic Development (CED) Clinic.