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Synonyms for excoriate

to make (the skin) raw by or as if by friction

Synonyms for excoriate

express strong disapproval of

tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading

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Further, while patients should be referred to psychiatry for management of their primary disorder, dermatology may also remain involved, as the patient often has skin excoriations, dermatitis, or secondary infections that require treatment (Levin & Gieler, 2013).
Neurotic excoriations are breaks in the skin from picking or scratching.
Results of a physical examination were normal, with the exception of a small callus over the right major and minor metacarpals and multiple 2- to 6-mm excoriations and puncture wounds on the ventral and dorsal aspects of the leading edge of the right patagium.
12) and excoriations against Eye involvement microfilaria with gradual Adjunctive impairment of doxycycline vision and sterilises female blindness (river worm blindness) Add systemic steroids in cases of eye involvement Suramin for adult worms Loiasis (Fig.
This stage should not be used to describe skin tears, tape burns, perineal dermatitis, maceration or excoriation.
Sethe recognizes that far more than do physical beatings, the discourse of enslavement and humiliating excoriations indelibly scar.
Even if you don't find visible excoriations, "microscopic damage to the barrier layer is always present," Dr.
Salinger, Saroyan wrote blistering excoriations of phoniness; like Salinger, too, he had very little to offer in place of phoniness, except for an idealized innocence that, one suspects, can be pretty phony in its own right.
Indeed, if a reader picks up this book from a library shelf and wants a succinct expression of its larger argument, she or he should simply read chapter eight, in which Hamburger explores Mill's excoriations of "depravity," including sexual excess and selfishness.
McWorld is largely given over to excoriations of McDonald's, not because that corporation fails to meet the demands of consumers in America and throughout the world but precisely because it does.
Michael Tanner, for example, famed for his Savanarola-like excoriations of the welfare poor, now serves as the Cato Institute's point man on Social Security privatization.
And sometimes these Chops and Excoriations do so encrease by the Childs continual sucking, that in the end it takes the Nipple quite off from the Breasts, and the Woman is no longer capable of giving suck, and there remains sometimes an ulcer very hard to be cured.