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Definition of Necrotic

Necrotic
Necrotic Ne*crot"ic, a. (Med.) Affected with necrosis; as, necrotic tissue; characterized by, or producing, necrosis; as, a necrotic process.

Meaning of Necrotic from wikipedia

- example is gangrene. For this reason, it is often necessary to remove necrotic tissue surgically, a procedure known as debridement. Structural signs that...
- the skin around the bite dies (necrosis). It is the only proven type of necrotic arachnidism in humans. While there is no known therapy effective for loxoscelism...
- The Necrotic Manifesto is the eighth album by Belgian death metal band Aborted. It was released on April 29, 2014, in Europe, through Century Media Records...
- girth, within a period of 3–4 days by ingesting necrotic tissue, leaving a clean wound free of necrotic tissue when they are removed. Medicine portal Ubi...
- NecroticismDescanting the Insalubrious is the third album by British extreme metal band Carc****. It was released on October 30, 1991 through Earache...
- detectable by sporocarps (fungal spore pods) in rings or arcs, as well as by a necrotic zone (dead gr****), or a ring of dark green gr****. Fungus mycelium is present...
- and cutting off of the apical neurovascular blood supply. Sequelae of a necrotic pulp include acute apical periodontitis, dental abscess or radicular cyst...
- Melon necrotic spot virus (MNSV) is a virus that belongs to the genus Carmovirus (splitted from formerly Carmovirus) of the family Tombusviridae. It has...
- in mild symptoms around the area of the bite. Rarely they may produce a necrotic skin wound or severe pain. Most spiders do not cause bites that are of...
- tissue wounds of a human or animal for the purpose of cleaning out the necrotic (dead) tissue within a wound (debridement) and disinfection. There is evidence...
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