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Usage examples of "caseosa".

The guess may be hazarded that cephalhematoma, hydrocephalus, meningocele, nevi, or an excessive amount of vernix caseosa were the conditions indicated, but a wider acquaintance with the meaning of the cuneiform characters is necessary before any certain identification is possible.

According to Crocker either after the removal of the vernix caseosa, which may be thick, or as the skin dries it is noticeably red, smooth, shiny, and in the more severe cases covered with actual plates.

Their folded bodies were scruffy with vernix caseosa, a wax-like substance secreted by fetal sebaceous glands to protect their skin during the long immersion.