Definition of Erosive. Meaning of Erosive. Synonyms of Erosive

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Definition of Erosive

Erosive
Erosive E*ro"sive, a. That erodes or gradually eats away; tending to erode; corrosive. --Humble.

Meaning of Erosive from wikipedia

- activity of erosive agents, that is, water, ice (glaciers), snow, air (wind), plants, animals, and humans. In accordance with these agents, erosion is sometimes...
- activity of erosive agents, that is, water, ice (glaciers), snow, air (wind), plants, animals, and humans. In accordance with these agents, erosion is sometimes...
- gastric ulcer often leads to catastrophic consequences if left untreated. Erosion of the gastro-intestinal wall by the ulcer leads to spillage of the stomach...
- Punctate epithelial erosions is a pathology affecting the cornea. It is a characterized by a breakdown or damage of the epithelium of the cornea in a pinpoint...
- identifiable underlying cause. Both primary generalized nodal osteoarthritis and erosive osteoarthritis (EOA, also called inflammatory osteoarthritis) are sub-sets...
- blistering diseases may present with oral erosions and desquamative gingivitis similar to that seen in erosive LP. Biopsies for routine histologic examination...
- significant erosive potential. Foods such as fresh fruits, ketchup and pickled food in vinegar have been implicated in causing acid erosion. Frequency...
- Bone erosion is the loss of bone from disease processes. Erosive arthritis is joint inflammation (arthritis) with bone destruction, and such conditions...
- Internal erosion is the formation of voids within a soil caused the removal of material by seepage. It is the second most common cause of failure in levees...
- There are two common definitions of coastal erosion. It is often defined as the loss or displacement of land along the coastline due to the action of...
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