[ sik-uh-trahyz ]
/ ˈsɪk əˌtraɪz /
verb (used with object), cic·a·trized, cic·a·triz·ing.
Physiology. to heal by inducing the formation of a cicatrix.
verb (used without object), cic·a·trized, cic·a·triz·ing.
to become healed by the formation of a cicatrix.
- cicatricial tissue,
Also especially British, cic·a·trise.
Origin of cicatrize
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/ (ˈsɪkəˌtraɪz) /
(of a wound or defect in tissue) to close or be closed by scar formation; heal
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[ sĭk′ə-trī′zənt, sĭ-kăt′rĭ-zənt ]
Causing or promoting cicatrization.
[ sĭk′ə-trīz′ ]
To heal by forming scar tissue.
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