Sclerogenous

Scle·rog'e·nous adjective [ Greek sklhro`s hard + -genous .] (Anat.) Making or secreting a hard substance; becoming hard.
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sclerogenous

Producing hard or sclerotic tissue; causing sclerosis. ... Synonym: scleratogenous. ... Origin: sclero-+ G. -gen, producing ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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sclerogenous

(sklә-roj´ә-nәs) producing sclerosis or a hard tissue or material.
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Sclerogenous

• (a.) Making or secreting a hard substance; becoming hard.
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sclerogenous

Type: Term Pronunciation: sklē-roj′ĕ-nŭs, sklēr-ō-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Producing hard or sclerotic tissue; causing sclerosis. Synonyms: scleratogenous
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