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gan·grene

 (găng′grēn′, găng-grēn′)
n.
Death and decay of body tissue, often in a limb or digit, caused by insufficient blood supply to the affected area as a result of injury, infection, or disease, and commonly classified as wet (when bacterial infection is involved) or dry (when infection is not a significant factor).
tr. & intr.v. gan·grened, gan·gren·ing, gan·grenes
To affect or become affected with gangrene.

[Medieval Latin cancrēna, from Latin gangraena, gangrēna, from Greek gangraina.]

gan′gre·nous (găng′grə-nəs) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gangrenous - suffering from tissue death
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"
Translations
مُغَنْغَر، مُصاب بالغَنْغَرينَه
snětivý
der er gået koldbrand i
üszkös
sem drep er í
sneťový
kangrenli

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] ADJgangrenoso

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] adjgangreneux/eusegangsta rap gangster rap [ˌgæŋstəˈræp] ngangsta(-)rap m

gangrenous

adjbrandig, gangränös (spec)

gangrenous

[ˈgæŋgrɪnəs] adjin cancrena

gangrene

(ˈgӕŋgriːn) noun
the decay of a part of the body of a living person, animal etc, because the blood supply to that part of the body has stopped.
ˈgangrenous (-grə-) adjective

gan·gre·nous

a. gangrenoso, rel. a la gangrena.
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Although immunosuppressive viruses often have been associated with susceptibility to gangrenous dermatitis (cellulitis), we hypothesize that production stressors alone also can undermine resistance to opportunistic pathogens by increasing bacterial translocation from the intestine and disrupting the skin's antimicrobial barrier, resulting in subcutaneous lesions referred to as cellulitis and recently named turkey clostridial dermatitis (CD).
Used litter was obtained from two different broiler farms with (GD litter) or without (used litter) a history of gangrenous dermatitis (GD), where at least 10 broiler flocks had already been grown.
In addition to its efficiency in preventing necrotic enteritis, this "probiotic cocktail" has been demonstrated to be successful against Gangrenous dermatitis.