sclerosed


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sclerose

(sklĕ-rōs′) [Gr. skleros, hard]
To become hardened. sclerosingsclerosed, adjective

sclerosed

Hardened. Affected with SCLEROSIS.
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The skin of the face was atrophied, wrinkled with little subcutaneous tissue but was not sclerosed.
A periapical radiograph of 37 taken 8 months after pulpotomy indicated that the root canals were partially sclerosed and the apices were closed (Fig.
2,3] Stewart and others developed the first gel based EDTA for the localized usage in cases of canal obstructions, calcified orifices, sclerosed canals and canal irregularities [4].
Sclerosed and hyalinized glomeruli were observed in young animals' (Skelton-Stroud and Glaister 1987).
Sometimes the phlebotomist must choose a site on arms, hands, or feet in which veins are bruised and sclerosed.
Sunita et al observed that on x-ray of mastoids, pneumatisation was seen in 30%, diploeic in 8%, sclerosed mastoid in 54% and cavity in 8% of the cases.
All molars with severely curved roots, having sclerosed canals, tooth require endodontic retreatment or tooth with apical root resorption were excluded from study.
A, Markedly sclerosed papilloma with minimal epithelial elements.
They had a sclerosed spine on plain X-rays and all showed abnormal findings on dorsolumbar MRI examination which were rather unusual in appearance.
Physeal plate also appeared widened with sharply narrowed and sclerosed diaphysis.
Herbert Spencer hijacked that idea and introduced the expression "survival of the fittest" to advance his social manifesto, an unfortunate choice of words that fostered self-centeredness, abuse of power by the spiritually sclerosed, and oppression of people.