My pock had become so sore and troublesome ’, soldier Lemuel Roberts recalled, ‘that my clothes stuck fast to my body, especially to my feet; and it became a severe trial to my fortitude, to bear my disorder’.
Those infected, remain contagious until the last pock falls off - about 21 days.
He was a strange-looking man, olived-skinned face marked with scars and pocks from unknown battles.
He thanked the medical staff who determined he had been poisoned, which caused him extreme internal pain and left his face pocked and grey.
Their sides were pocked and scarred.
Her head was bare again, and marked by tiny red pocks .
The lesions resemble small pocks - tiny, pus-filled blisters most prominent on the face, arms and legs.
Obtain a written, signed note from your physician, of take photographs of your children when the pocks have manifested.
So this winter has been a constant deluge of flyers warning about weird rashes and red throats and pocky skin and the nasty stomach virus that wouldn't die.
In the second part of Henry IV Barrit's Falstaff, his face pocked with sores and his body decaying, became a more grotesque, more disturbing but also more exuberant figure.