Translation of necrosis in Spanish:

necrosis

necrosis, n.

Pronunciation /nɛˈkrəʊsɪs//nɛˈkroʊsəs/

noun

  • 1

    necrosis feminine
    • The sinusoidal pattern may have been due to sepsis or necrosis in adjacent tissues.
    • As the disease progresses, necrosis and liver cell death may lead to fibrosis.
    • Small polyvinyl alcohol beads obstruct the blood supply to the fibroids, causing necrosis and shrinkage
    • The combination increases the risk of soft tissue necrosis and osteonecrosis.
    • The present work presents a mechanism leading to cell death, necrosis at the tissue level.
    • Complications of radiation therapy include anal ulcers, anal stenosis and necrosis.
    • Multifocal calcifications associated with tumor cell necrosis were also seen.
    • Liver cell necrosis is indicated by highly elevated serum liver transaminase levels.
    • Centrally within the larger foci of squamous metaplasia, necrosis may be seen.
    • The pathogenesis of necrosis in toxoplasma encephalitis is unclear.