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necrotize

[′nek·rə‚tīz]
(medicine)
To undergo necrosis; to become necrotic.
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Necrotizing fasciitis is known for leaving infected people with severe injuries, such as lost limbs.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 14 2019] Necrotizing skin infections ranks among the most rarely found diseases but are highly lethal infection.
[ClickPress, Thu Jul 18 2019] The treatment of necrotizing skin infections is surgically removal of dead and septic tissues and various range of antibiotics.
Three days and three operations later, and Kylei was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, which is a flesh-eating bacteria normally found in water.
"We are not discouraging people from spending time at the beach," son Wade Fleming told CNN "We've met many people from Florida who said they've never heard of necrotizing fasciitis."
Necrotizing pancreatitis is a serious disease with a very high mortality rate.
Three evolving histologic patterns of KFD have been proposed: proliferative, necrotizing, and xanthomatous.
Biotechnology company Atox Bio said on Monday that the independent Data Monitoring Committee (DMC) has completed its pre-planned safety review of its ACCUTE trial of Reltecimod for the treatment of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections, recommending to continue without modification through completion.
"Na-imagine naman natin yung situation doon (jail facility) napaka-congested, hindi naman siguro nalilinis lagi, talagang maari syang pagbuhayan ng bacteria kaya pag ang isang preso ay may sugat, tapos na infect pa ng bacteria na ito, then it can lead to necrotizing faciitis," said Health Undersecretary Rolando Enrique Domingo in a radio interview on Wednesday.
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) is a systemic necrotizing vasculitis involving medium and small-sized muscular arteries with multisystem manifestations.
Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) is a rare, life-threatening bacterial infection leading to necrosis of the fascia, underlying skin, subcutaneous tissue, and vasculature associated with high morbidity and mortality.