necrotic


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necrotic

[nə′kräd·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to, causing, or undergoing necrosis.
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Continued exposure may lead to the tip becoming necrotic and falling off, leaving the leaf notched.
Through a minimally invasive approach, I can now debride more of the necrotic bone lesion and fill the surgically created void with the PRO-DENSE[TM] graft.
CT obtained on the day of her most recent presentation revealed multiple enlarged necrotic lymph nodes at the same site as the initial episode (figure 2, A and B).
Furthermore, the examination of preoperative and postoperative tumour markers may help detect a testicular tumour because the pathological examination for necrotic testis may be difficult to confirm the presence of a tumour lesion.
On the 7th day of experiment in treatment group with Verbascum Thapsus extract, wound surface was covered by crut including blood clot with fibrin, inflammatory cells and necrotic tissue debris.
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The left cerebellar lesion had poor demarcation from the adjacent normal cerebellar tissue and necrotic material in the cavity.
Percutaneous and endoscopic approaches work best when the infection is mostly liquid, without organized necrotic tissue, Dr.
In wounds that didn't receive the maggots' ministrations, only 44 percent shrank within the first month and there was no overall change in necrotic area.
The manual says only that a wound with necrotic eschar should be staged as a 4--it doesn't say anything about slough.
A necrotic area developed on the extensor surface of the left hand, and an odor was present.