Peritonitis may arise secondary to the enteric edema, or by perforation of the stomach or intestines by a gangrenous spot.
The reaction of the gangrenous matter in certain stages was alkaline.
Some bullae or blebs have formed in the vicinity of the gangrenous spot.
Cameron found his gorge rise at the sight of the gangrenous ankle.
A gangrenous odor from the mouth, however, is almost always constant.
In the production of gangrenous sloughs, it much resembles the descriptions usually given of sloughing ulcers.
Three days later, the wounded man was begging to be killed; one arm and one leg were gangrenous.
If a man had a gangrenous foot would you have patience with anyone who hesitated to amputate it?
gangrenous condition of the tongue, proceeding from a disordered liver, and mysteriously communicated to the brain.
Examinations after death have shown that thrombosis exists for some distance around the gangrenous mass.
gangrene gan·grene (gāng'grēn', gāng-grēn')
Death and decay of body tissue, often in a limb, caused by insufficient blood supply and usually following injury or disease.
The death and decay of body tissue owing to insufficient supply of blood.