fibrogliosis

fi·bro·gli·o·sis

(fī'brō-glī-ō'sis),
A cellular reaction within the brain, usually in response to a penetrating injury, in which both astrocytes and fibroblasts participate and which culminates in a fibrous and glial scar.
[fibro- + G. glia, glue, + -osis, condition]

fibrogliosis

[-glī·ō′sis]
the formation of scar tissue in the brain in reaction to a penetrating injury. The scar is produced by fibroblasts and astrocytes, a type of glial cell.

fi·bro·gli·o·sis

(fī'brō-glī-ō'sis)
A cellular reaction within the brain, usually in response to a penetrating injury, in which both astrocytes and fibroblasts participate and which culminates in a fibrous and glial scar.
[fibro- + G. glia, glue, + -osis, condition]
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