ulc-, ulcer- +

(Latin: sore, sore spot, painful spot)

blepharitis ulcerosa, ulcerative blepharitis
Marginal blepharitis (inflammation of the margins of the eyelids) with ulceration of the eyelids.
cutaneous ulcer
An ulcer of the skin.
cystoscopic ulcer
Ulcer resulting from injury to the urinary bladder by use of the cystoscope.
diabetic ulcer
A cutaneous ulcer associated with diabetes mellitus.
The process by which an ulcer forms.
gastroduodenal ulcer
Ulcer of the stomach or duodenum; a peptic ulcer.
herpetic ulcer
Ulcer of the oral mucosa or of the skin, usually around the mouth or external nares; resulting from herpes simplex or, less often, herpes zoster.
indolent ulcer
A chronic ulcer that fails to heal.
stercoraceous ulcer
An ulcer of the skin which is contaminated by feces.
sublingual ulcer
An ulcer on the floor of the mouth, the ventral surface of the tongue, or the frenum (restraining structure) of the tongue.
submucous ulcer
Ulcer in the bladder that appears to heal only on the surface.
traumatic ulcer (s), traumatic ulcers (pl) (nouns)
An ulcer of the oral mucosa caused by repeated trauma from a dental appliance or a sharp tooth.
1. A lesion of the skin or a mucous membrane; such as, the one lining the stomach or duodenum which is accompanied by formation of pus and necrosis of surrounding tissue, usually resulting from inflammation or ischemia (inadequate blood supply [circulation] to a local area because of a blockage of the blood vessels to the area).
2. An area of tissue erosion, for example, of the skin or lining of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

Due to the erosion, an ulcer is concave. It is always depressed below the level of the surrounding tissue.

Ulcers have a variety of causes and on the skin are often a result of irritation, as with bedsores, and they may become infected and inflamed as they grow.

3. A circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in the necrosis of tissue.
4. A corrupting condition or influence.
To cause the formation of an ulcer or ulcers, or to undergo the formation of an ulcer or ulcers.
The formation or development of an ulcer.