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Related to venereal: venereal infection, Venereal warts
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of or relating to the external sex organs

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Clinico-pathological findings in a case of canine cutaneous metastatic transmissible venereal tumor.
The venereal disease research laboratory test was reactive in a dilution of 1:64.
The present report describes a case of extra genital canine transmissible venereal tumor.
She received further training in dermatopathology under Vladimir Milavec at the Ljubljana Department of Dermatology and Venereal Diseases, under Zvonimir Zambal at the Zagreb Department of Skin and Venereal Diseases, and under Albert Bernard Ackerman in New York.
In the initial Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, which was introduced by the resolution of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee as of 01.07.1922, responsibility for "conscious contamination of the other person with a serious venereal disease" was provided for by Article 155.
Results: A total of 8 women (1.6%) were positive for Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) test.
MANAMA: Prices of 400 types of skin and venereal medicines will be slashed by 50 per cent starting October 7.
Canine transmissible venereal tumor: expression of MDR-1, and TP53 and BCL-2 family genes and its implications in biological and therapeutic behavior ***
Tales From the Organ Trade HBO DOCUMENTARY FILMS With "king of venereal horror" David Cronenberg narrating, you'd expect stories of people being drugged and dragged onto filthy operating tables, only to awaken with a kidney missing.
In this social history, Preston (history, Augustana College, South Dakota) and O hOgartaigh (Royal Academy of Medicine, Ireland) present scholarly essays on how gender and sexual norms affected the practice of medicine in Ireland, from midwifery in the 18th century to venereal disease policies in the mid-20th century.
The Westmorland Lock Hospital, which treated women suffering from venereal diseases, is one of the few Dublin hospitals without an institutional history.
Those poems might be like these poems, evocative in every way of their namesake: trickster god of lyric poetry, alchemical mystical principle, nineteenth-century cure for venereal disease, thermometer's measure, messenger and gambler, childhood plaything that poisons the child who cannot help but touch it.
Of course, there were also grave economic consequences for spells of incarceration and this often led infected women to avoid medical treatment for venereal diseases as it meant an inevitable loss of income.