[nek-ruh-tahyz] /ˈnɛk rəˌtaɪz/

verb (used without object), necrotized, necrotizing.
to undergo necrosis.
verb (used with object), necrotized, necrotizing.
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.


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