fibrocongestive

fi·bro·con·ges·tive

(fī'brō-kon-jes'tiv),
Term sometimes used to indicate the general condition of an organ or tissue in which acute or chronic, persistent congestion has resulted in degeneration and necrosis of cells and replacement with connective tissue elements, as in chronic congestive splenomegaly.
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4,14) Histologic analysis of the spleens uniformly revealed fibrocongestive splenomegaly without obvious differences in white pulp depletion, extent of sinusoidal congestion, or fibrosis.
Histologic review of the enlarged spleen in cases of NASH demonstrated the typical histologic appearance of fibrocongestive splenomegaly.
Fibrocongestive splenomegaly, despite the absence of cirrhosis, may occur in some patients with steatohepatitis.