necrotizing

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Related to necrotising: necrosis, Necrotising fasciitis, necrotising lymphadenitis, necrotising sialometaplasia, Necrotising enterocolitis

nec·ro·tize

 (nĕk′rə-tīz′)
intr. & tr.v. nec·ro·tized, nec·ro·tiz·ing, nec·ro·tiz·es
To undergo necrosis or cause to necrose.
Translations

necrotizing

adj necrotizante, necrosante
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The two cases were not any sort of rare necrotising fasciitis, which is a serious bacterial infection that spreads rapidly and destroys the body's soft tissue, according to the U.
Streptococcal necrotising fasciitis: Comparison between histological and clinical features.
Necrotising fasciitis of the head and neck: review of the literature and report of a case.
Even experienced medics who cared for Ann Colley at the Edgbaston's Priory Hospital had very little experience in dealing with deadly necrotising fasciitis, an inquest heard.
1) Anterior scleritis is the most common manifestation of the disease, and it may be diffuse, nodular, or necrotising (Table 1).
But it did detect a pocket of air, which Sheriff Cubie described as a "well recognised indicator of infection and possible necrotising fasciitis".
Enteral feeding regimens and necrotising enterocolitis in preterm infants: a multicentre case-control study.
Some or all of the following signs are indicative of a necrotising condition affecting deep structures
Necrotising enterocolitis in the very low birthweight infant: expressed breast milk feeding compared with parenteral feeding.
Necrotising fasciitis is an aggressive form of soft tissue infection which, even with modern medical care, has a high mortality rate (1).
It most commonly triggers a simple sore throat but can also lead to blood poisoning, the flesh-eating bug necrotising fasciitis, scarlet fever and toxic shock syndrome - which causes multiple organ failure.
Association between Staphylococcus aureus trains carrying gene for Panton-Valentine leukocidin and highly lethal necrotising pneumonia in young immunocompetent patients.