sclerosis

[n] - any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue
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sclerosis

Hardening of an organ or tissue, especially that due to excessive growth of fibrous tissue.
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Sclerosis

A hardening or thickening of tissues often used to describe blood vessels
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Sclerosis

A thickening of bone which occurs under various circumstances. Examples are after bone infection or around the margins of an osteoarthritic joint
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Sclerosis

Hardening of a tissue due to inflammation.
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Sclerosis

Sclerosis: Localized hardening of skin.Common Misspellings: sklerosis, sclorosis, schlerosis, scleroses
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sclerosis

Pathological hardening of tissue.
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Sclerosis

Scle·ro'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek (......, from sklhro`s hard.] 1. (Medicine) Induration; hardening; especially, that form of induration produced in an organ by increase of its interstitial connective tissue. 2. (Botany) Hardening of the cell wall
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sclerosis

<pathology> A induration or hardening, especially hardening of a part from inflammation and in diseases of the interstitial substance. The term is used chiefly for such a hardening of the nervous system due to hyperplasia of the connective tissue or to designate hardening of the blood vessels. ... Origin: Gr. Sklerosis = hardness ... (18 Nov
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sclerosis

induration noun any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue
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sclerosis

(sklә-ro´sis) an induration or hardening, especially of a part from inflammation, or in disease of the interstitial substance. The term is used chiefly for such a hardening of the nervous system due to hyperplasia of the connective tissue or for hardening of the blood vessels. Called also induration. adj., s...
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Sclerosis

• (n.) Hardening of the cell wall by lignification. • (n.) Induration; hardening; especially, that form of induration produced in an organ by increase of its interstitial connective tissue.
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sclerosis

(Gr. sklrosis hardness) a induration, or hardening; especially hardening of a part from inflammation and in diseases of the interstitial substance. The term is used chiefly for such a hardening of the nervous system due to hyperplasia of the connective tissue or to designate hardening of the blood vessels.
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sclerosis

A degenerative hardening of tissue, usually due to scarring, following inflammation or as a result of ageing. Sclerosis can affect the brain and spinal cord, causing neurological symptoms, or the walls of the arteries. See also multiple sclerosis.
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sclerosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: sklē-rō′sis, -sēz Definitions: 1. In neuropathy, induration of nervous and other structures by a hyperplasia of the interstitial fibrous or glial connective tissue. Synonyms: induration2
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sclerosis

Any abnormal hardening of body tissues, especially the nervous system or walls of the arteries. See multiple sclerosis and atherosclerosis
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