Medical Definition of Fibrose
1. To form fibrous tissue. (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrose
Literary usage of Fibrose
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Timber: A Comprehensive Study of Wood in All Its Aspects, Commercial and by Paul Charpentier, Joseph Kennell, tr (1902)
"If cork is attacked by nitric acid, fibrose is not modified, ... As for fibrose, that can be dissolved, without coloration, in concentrated sulphuric acid. ..."
2. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical by Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) (1873)
"Fruit usually seated in the capitulum, peduncular leaves laxly imbricated, elongate oblong, acuminate, fibrose and with a few pores in the upper part. ..."
3. Flora Telluriana by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1836)
"... formed of concentric scales or coats, increasing from within, sending annual shoots, leaves and flowers from the centre. Roots fibrose dissimilar. 28. ..."
4. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1900)
"Spreading branches elongated, acuminate at the apex, with the cortical cells very fibrose and porose. Branch-leaves very large, longly ovate, ..."
5. Practical Guide for the Manufacture of Paper and Boards by Albert Prouteaux, Louis Sébastien Lenormand, Henry T. Brown (1866)
"... the other internal, supple, and fibrous, to which he has given the name of fibrose. In order to make wood paper, then, all that is necessary is to ..."