- necrotic cirrhosis,
- necrotic enteritis,
- necrotic inflammation
Origin of necrosis
Examples from the Web for necrosis
Necrosis of the bones of the nose may take place, in which case the discharge becomes peculiarly offensive.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
Word Origin for necrosis
"death of bodily tissue," 1660s, from Greek nekrosis "a becoming dead, state of death," from nekroun "make dead," from nekros "dead body" (see necro-). Related: Necrotic.