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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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The ulcerations, necroses, perforations and hemorrhages are most frequently found in the last twelve inches of the small intestine, and may extend into the large intestine.
Histological observation showed inflammation in the grafts with fibrinoid necroses, infiltration of a large amount of neutrophils and leukomonocytes, and the degree varied in different stage.
Patients usually had to endure multiple amputations as necroses recurred on remaining parts of their limbs.
If you are bitten by them, your skin necroses and well, the outlook is not promising.
“Concerting to deliver us to disaster” was Joseph McCarthy’s line, and so much of the nation bought into it.23 As Eisenhower understood, this fever burned straight out of the necroses of waste and disappointment in Korea.