gelosis

gelosis

 [jĕ-lo´sis]
a hard, swollen lump in a tissue, especially in muscle.
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ge·lo·sis

(jĕ-lō'sis),
An extremely firm mass in tissue (especially in a muscle), with a consistency resembling that of frozen tissue.
[L. gelo, to freeze, congeal, + G. -osis, condition]
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gelosis

An obsolete term for any indured mass within the muscle, often a so-called "knot”.
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