Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to fibrosis.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting fibrosis.
- fibrosis + -ic (Wiktionary)
“This year we've also lost several adults who were waiting for lungs, including one with cystic fibrosis and another with fibrotic lung disease.”
“Gilead Sciences agreed to acquire privately held Arresto Biosciences Inc., a biotechnology drug developer that focuses on treatments for fibrotic diseases and cancer, for $225 million plus possible milestone payments.”
“They knocked him out and drained the abscess, which apparently had enough fibrotic tissue at the bottom of it to suggest that it had been there for possibly as long as a couple of weeks before it started to get acute.”
“The fibrotic scar tissue shores up the damage but it can not replace the function of the lost hepatic tissue.”
“With constant fibrotic change, the liver function is continually diminished so that eventually the liver can no longer maintain homeostasis.”
“This fibrotic replacement of the liver is known as "cirrhosis".”
“The primary types of respiratory toxicity are: pulmonary irritation asthma/bronchitis reactive airway disease emphysema allergic alveolitis fibrotic lung disease pneumoconiosis lung cancer”
“Replacement of normal liver cells by fibrotic cells in chronic alcoholics (known as cirrhosis of the liver).”
“And, on the other hand, we know that a very fibrotic live or a very cirrhotic liver is actually very hard to the touch, almost rock-hard.”
“The only difference between the fatty, fibrotic liver from someone who has a history of obesity and carbohydrate especially fructose overconsumption and the fatty, fibrotic liver from someone who is a long-term alcoholic is that the latter has a history of drinking.”
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