fasciitis

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fas·ci·i·tis

 (făsh′ē-ī′tĭs, făs′-)
n.
Inflammation in a fascia, usually as a result of infection or injury.
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fasciitis

(ˌfæʃɪˈaɪtɪs)
n
(Medicine) inflammation of the fascia of a muscle
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Translations

fas·ci·i·tis

n. fascitis, infl. de una fascia.
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fasciitis

n fascitis f; necrotizing — fascitis necrotizante
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Another patient with necrotising fascitis (dying tissue) has come in, that needs to be cleared for surgery.
Blatman, MD, is the founder and medical director of the Blatman Health and Wellness Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, a nationally recognized specialist in myofascial pain, and co-author of The Art of Body Maintenance: Winners' Guide to Pain Relief, a reference for treating myofascial pain, from migraine headaches to plantar fascitis. He is credentialed in pain management, occupational and environmental medicine, and integrative holistic medicine, and also trained in craniosacral therapy and Healing Touch.
Autopsy report showed he died after suffering from necrotizing fascitis, a flesh-eating disease he suspectedly got at the Malate Police Station
Carty, "A case of nodular fascitis of the breast and review of the literature," The Breast, vol.