noun, plural scir·rhi [skir-ahy, sir-ahy], /ˈskɪr aɪ, ˈsɪr aɪ/, scir·rhus·es.Pathology.
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Origin of scirrhus
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Scirr′hoid, resembling scirrhus; Scirr′hous, hardened, proceeding from scirrhus.
The scirrhus and encephaloid of the earlier writers are now transformed into fibrous and medullary cancer.
She was sixty-four years of age, and laboured under scirrhus of the breast.
Secondary cancer is a common disease, particularly in cases of advanced scirrhus of the breast.
During this period scirrhus was regarded as the type of cancerous disease.