It has hampered the flow of capital and added to the sclerotic recovery.
It came too late for some, of course, as almost simultaneously we saw the sclerotic auto companies collapsing before us.
In MS, the amount and quality of myelin is abnormal, replaced by “sclerotic” plaques, the hallmark of the disease.
The International Commercial Aviation Organization, sclerotic as ever, has “task forces” assigned to the problem.
The sclerotic in fishes is usually chondrified and sometimes calcified or ossified.
The orbits are enormous, and there is a ring of bones in the sclerotic (fig. 32, 15).
From the experiments of Nikitin, it is probable that the least fatal dose of sclerotic acid for an adult man is 20 mgrms.
(ii) The position and nature of the wound in the cornea and sclerotic.
The iris spatula is directed forwards and inserted between the sclerotic and the ciliary body, keeping close to the former.
It should be treated as a wound of the sclerotic (see p. 235).
sclerotic scle·rot·ic (sklə-rŏt'ĭk)
Affected or marked by sclerosis.
Of or relating to the sclera of the eye.