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lig·ne·ous

(lig'nē-ŭs),
Woody; having a woody feeling.
[L. ligneus, wooden, fr. lignum, wood]

ligneous

[lig′nē·əs]
Etymology: L, ligum, wood
woody or resembling wood in texture or other characteristics.

lig·ne·ous

(lig'nē-ŭs)
Woody; having a woody feeling.
[L. ligneus, wooden, fr. lignum, wood]
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Prenatal diagnosis in a family with severe type I plasminogen deficiency, ligneous conjunctivitis and congenital hydrocephalus.
Therapy with a purified plasminogen concentrate in an infant with ligneous conjunctivitis and homozygous plasminogen deficiency.
aureum groups--are mainly small, ligneous plants with a more or less prostrate habit because of the weak or absent self-supporting character of the vegetative axes.
melillense Scattered small, ligneous (Maire) El Oualidi, Mathez & T.
The morphology of the observed charcoal fragments and the nature of cinders (which are low in carbonates), precludes ligneous plants as a source of hearth fuel (Wattez in press); those plants comprise fibrous tissues that produce cinders with an amorphous matrix when burned.
They are notable for their wealth of ligneous species - trees, shrubs and large creepers.
Ligneous conjunctivitis: a clinicopathological, immunohistochemical, and genetic study including the treatment of two sisters with multiorgan involvement.
Ligneous conjunctivitis after pingueculae removal in an adult.
The term ligneous conjunctivitis (LC) was used by Borel in 1933 for the first time to describe a rare form of chronic, bilateral, recurrent conjunctivitis which was characterized by development of fibrin-rich, woody-like, pseudomembranous lesions mainly on the upper tarsal conjunctiva and less frequently on the lower eye lid and bulbar conjunctiva.
Here, a case of ligneous conjunctivitis involving the upper tarsal conjunctiva in a 4-year-old boy is presented.
is also involved in reforestation to ensure the continued supply of ligneous products, as well as the production and sale of newsprint, pulp and lumber.