postnecrotic cirrhosis

[pōst′nə-krŏtĭk]
n.
  1. Cirrhosis characterized by necrosis involving whole lobules, with the collapse of the reticular framework to form large scars; it may follow viral or toxic necrosis, or develop as a result of dietary deficiencies.necrotic cirrhosis
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