grattage


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grat·tage

(gră-tazh'),
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or surface with sluggish granulations to stimulate the healing process.
[Fr. scraping]

grattage

/grat·tage/ (grah-tahzh´) [Fr.] removal of granulations by scraping.

grat·tage

(gră-tahzh')
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or surface with sluggish granulations to stimulate the healing process.
[Fr. scraping]

grat·tage

(gră-tazh')
Scraping or brushing an ulcer or body surface covered with sluggish granulations to stimulate healing.
[Fr. scraping]

grattage

[Fr.] removal of granulations by scraping.
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