noun, plural scle·ro·ses [skli-roh-seez]. /sklɪˈroʊ siz/.
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Origin of sclerosis
OTHER WORDS FROM sclerosisscle·ro·sal, adjective
Words nearby sclerosis
Example sentences from the Web for sclerosis
When there is hyperostosis and sclerosis, the shaft appears denser and broader than normal, and the contour is uneven or wavy.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
It seems to produce a sclerosis of the pyramidal tracts of the cord.
Sclerosis may be a general condition in which several organs participate, the kidneys notably.
Opinion as to whether or not sclerosis is present, when it is slight, may differ.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
The disturbances of function in sclerosis of the liver are not limited to the chylopoietic system.