[fahy-broh-sis-tik] /ˌfaɪ broʊˈsɪs tɪk/

showing or having the increased fibrosis associated with dilated glandular structure, as in the breast nodules of .

fibrocystic fi·bro·cys·tic (fī’brō-sĭs’tĭk)
Characterized by increased fibrosis and cystic spaces, especially in glandular tissue.


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