necrotic cirrhosis n.
See postnecrotic cirrhosis.
- Necrotic enteritis
noun 1. (vet science) an infectious disease of calves, lambs, foals, and piglets, characterized by acute diarrhoea and death, caused by the toxin of the organism Clostridium perfringens type C
- Necrotic inflammation
necrotic inflammation n. Inflammation characterized by rapid necrosis throughout the affected tissue.
- Necrotic pulp
necrotic pulp n. Dental pulp that is necrotic as a result of trauma, chemical action, or infection, and that produces no response to thermal stimulation. Also called dead pulp, devitalized pulp, nonvital pulp.
[nek-ruh-tahyz] /ˈnɛk rəˌtaɪz/ verb (used without object), necrotized, necrotizing. 1. to undergo necrosis. verb (used with object), necrotized, necrotizing. 2. to cause necrosis in (a tissue, an organ, etc.). necrotize nec·ro·tize (něk’rə-tīz’) v. nec·ro·tized, nec·ro·tiz·ing, nec·ro·tiz·es To undergo necrosis or cause to necrose.