adjective Date: 1898 made up of or involving both typical skin and mucous membrane

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  • mucocutaneous — Relating to mucous membrane and skin; denoting the line of junction of the two at the nasal, oral, vaginal, and anal orifices. SYN: cutaneomucosal. * * * mu·co·cu·ta·ne·ous .myü kō kyu̇ tā nē əs …   Medical dictionary

  • mucocutaneous — adjective of or relating to the mucous membranes and skin • Pertains to noun: ↑mucous membrane, ↑skin * * * |myü(ˌ)kō+ adjective Etymology: muc + cutaneous : made up of, affecting, or involving both typical skin and mucous membrane the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mucocutaneous — mu·co·cu·ta·ne·ous (myo͞o kō kyo͞o tāʹnē əs) adj. Of or relating to the skin and a mucous membrane. * * * …   Universalium

  • mucocutaneous — adjective Of or pertaining to the mucous membranes and the skin …   Wiktionary

  • mucocutaneous — adj. of or pertaining to the mucous membranes and skin …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mucocutaneous — mu·co·cutaneous …   English syllables

  • Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis — (also known as Espundia, and Leishmaniasis americana ) is a cutaneous condition which occurs at the site of a fly bite, and is characterized by an ulceration of the skin.[1]:425 See also Skin lesion List of cutaneous conditions References ^ James …   Wikipedia

  • mucocutaneous lymph node disease — n KAWASAKI DISEASE …   Medical dictionary

  • Mucocutaneous zone — A mucocutaneous zone is a region of the body in which mucosa transitions to skin. Mucocutaneous zones occur in animals, at the body orifices. In humans, mucocutaneous zones are found at the lips, nostrils, conjunctivae, urethra, vagina (in… …   Wikipedia

  • Mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome — A syndrome of unknown origin that mainly affects young children. It causes fever, reddening of the eyes (conjunctivitis) and lips and mucous membranes of the mouth, ulcerative gum disease (gingivitis), swollen glands in the neck (cervical… …   Medical dictionary

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