ferrugination

fer·ru·gi·na·tion

(fe-rū'ji-nā'shŭn),
Deposition of mineral deposits including iron in the walls of small blood vessels and at the site of a dead neuron.
[L. ferrugo, iron-rust]

fer·ru·gi·na·tion

(fĕ-rū'ji-nā'shŭn)
Deposition of mineral including iron in the walls of small blood vessels and at the site of a dead neuron.
[L. ferrugo, iron-rust]
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Ferrugination caused by Monsel's solution: clinical observations and experimentations.
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