postnecrotic cirrhosis

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postnecrotic cirrhosis

[‚pōs·nə′kräd·ik sə′rō·səs]
(medicine)
Cirrhosis, usually due to toxic agents or viral hepatitis, characterized by necrosis of liver cells, regenerating nodules of hepatic tissue, and the presence of large bands of connective tissue.