postnecrotic cirrhosis post·ne·crot·ic cirrhosis (pōst’nə-krŏt’ĭk)
Cirrhosis characterized by necrosis involving whole lobules, with the collapse of the reticular framework to form large scars; it may follow viral or toxic necrosis, or develop as a result of dietary deficiencies. Also called necrotic cirrhosis.
/ˈpəʊstnɛt/ noun 1. (South African) an official postal service in South Africa
[noo-klee-er, nyoo- or, by metathesis, -kyuh-ler] /ˈnu kli ər, ˈnyu- or, by metathesis, -kyə lər/ adjective 1. pertaining to or involving atomic weapons: nuclear war. 2. operated or powered by atomic energy: a nuclear submarine. 3. (of a nation or group of nations) having atomic weapons. 4. of, relating to, or forming a nucleus. 5. […]
[pohst-nuhp-shuh l, -chuh l] /poʊstˈnʌp ʃəl, -tʃəl/ adjective 1. subsequent to marriage: postnuptial adjustments.
noun 1. any of several American oaks, especially Quercus stellata, the wood of which is used for posts.