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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Relating to or having any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue

Usage examples (8)
  • A sclerosed and thickened portion of the median nerve 3-1/2 inches in length was resected, also 1 inch of sclerosed ulnar nerve, and both were sutured.
  • For someone to have sclerosed veins, track marks, is a chronic use of that vein, so that it becomes inflamed and then, eventually, that turns into a scar.
  • One of the greatest gifts life has given me so far is to discover, that in the middle of my life, when our veins and views usually become sclerosed and we turn inward...
  • In the right index finger a completely sclerosed ring passed around the middle phalanx. for more
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