Definition of Indurative
Medical Definition of Indurative
1. Pertaining to, causing, or characterised by induration. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Indurative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1912)
"Chronic indurative nephritis is a kidney disease which is associated with atrophy of ... It either develops from acute or chronic non-indurative nephritis ..."
2. Medical Diagnosis for the Student and Practitioner by Charles Lyman Greene (1917)
"Polyserositis, Mediastino-pericarditis and indurative Mediastinitis.— It occasionally happens, and with especial frequency in the more chronic processes ..."
3. Diseases of the Bronchi, Lungs, and Pleura by Frederick Taylor Lord (1915)
"SUBACUTE AND CHRONIC indurative PNEUMONIA. CONDITIONS termed cirrhosis of the lung, pulmonary sclerosis, fibroid phthisis, cirrhotic or fibroid pneumonia ..."
4. A Handbook of Pathological Anatomy and Histology: With an Introductory by Francis Delafield, Theophil Mitchell Prudden (1885)
"... follow acute inflammation of the capsule, or be a part of general or localized chronic peritonitis. It is common in connection with chronic indurative ..."
5. Diseases of the Kidneys and of the Spleen, Hemorrhagic Diseases by Hermann Senator, Moritz Litten, Alfred Stengel (1905)
"CHRONIC indurative NEPHRITIS OR CONTRACTED KIDNEY. ... The indurative processes, characterized by destruction of parenchyma and contraction, in the kidneys ..."
6. Birmingham Medical Review (1897)
"indurative MEDIASTINO-PERICARDITIS.* ENGLISH medicine is under a distinct obligation to Dr. Harris for this important and careful monograph on a condition ..."
7. Modern Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Frederick J. Kalteyer (1900)
"This may arise from two groups of causes—from indurative inflammatory processes,' as a result of disease of the vessels, such as arteriosclerosis and ..."
8. Diseases of the Lungs, Heart, and Kidneys by Nathan Smith Davis (1892)
"By indurative degeneration I mean a lesion that is primarily a degeneration, and secondarily an hyperplasia, of connective tissue which causes induration. ..."