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gangrenous

 [gang´grĕ-nus]
pertaining to, marked by, or of the nature of gangrene.

gan·gre·nous

(gang'grĕ-nŭs),
Relating to or affected with gangrene.

gangrenous

adjective Referring to gangrene.

gan·gre·nous

(gang'grĕ-nŭs)
Relating to or affected with gangrene.
Synonym(s): mortified.

gangrenous

pertaining to, marked by, or of the nature of gangrene.

gangrenous cellulitis
gangrenous necrosis of the skin of the thorax and thighs of chickens of 1 to 4 months of age caused by Clostridium septicum and other clostridia. Most affected birds die and the mortality rate in a flock may be as high as 60%. Called also necrotic dermatitis, gangrenous dermatitis.
gangrenous coryza
see malignant catarrhal fever.
gangrenous dermatitis
see gangrenous cellulitis.
gangrenous ergotism
see rye ergot1.
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The study conducted by Sisson et al [29] demonstrates that gangrenous or perforated appendicitis is associated with progressive bacterial invasion into the muscularis propria of appendix, which is facilitated by bacterial cytotoxins.
In our opinion and experience, although most such cases are treated with emergency surgery, as is appropriate for patients with gangrenous bowel, there are three options.
Various presentations of gangrenous cholecystitis and review of literature.
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Although some studies6,7 have been performed in different countries dealing with different risk factors for gangrenous gall bladder, but no locally conducted study was found during online search for these predictive risk factors of complications in acute cholecystitis in our population.
Cooper's lawyer, Chris Milligan, said: "When a young adult called Wilson got a gangrenous infection in his leg he was given two days to live.
Captain Lawrence Oates, stoical and courageous, held up progress with his appalling gangrenous foot.
But don't bite the gangrenous authoritative hands that feed me,
Of the 65 (20%) patients who had appendicectomy after readmission, 9 had perforated appendicitis and 4 had gangrenous appendicitis.
Jojo was so ill she had to have a gangrenous hind leg amputated.
We present the case of a male patient with a recent history of an appendicectomy, who presented to the emergency department with a gangrenous second appendix.