coniofibrosis

coniofibrosis

 [ko″ne-o-fi-bro´sis]
pneumoconiosis marked by an exuberant growth of connective tissue caused by a specific irritant, as in asbestosis, silicosis, and silicotuberculosis.

co·ni·o·fi·bro·sis

(kō'nē-ō-fī-brō'sis),
Fibrosis produced by dust, especially of the lungs by inhaled dust.
[G. konis, dust, + fibrosis]

coniofibrosis

/co·nio·fi·bro·sis/ (ko″ne-o-fi-bro´sis) pneumoconiosis with overgrowth of lung connective tissue.

co·ni·o·fi·bro·sis

(kō'nē-ō-fī-brō'sis)
Fibrosis produced by dust, especially of the lungs by inhaled dust.
[G. konis, dust, + fibrosis]

coniofibrosis

pneumoconiosis with exuberant growth of connective tissue in the lungs.