macrography


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ma·crog·ra·phy

 (mə-krŏg′rə-fē)
n.
1. Examination of objects with the unaided eye.
2. Abnormally large handwriting.

macrography

abnormally large handwriting, often the result of a nervous disorder in the writer.
See also: Writing
study or examination of an object with the naked eye as contrasted with examination under the microscope.
See also: Eyes
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We have investigated whether human ERCs (which exhibit immunomodulatory properties) have therapeutic effects on inhibiting pulmonary fibrosis in a mouse model and found that the lung in the untreated group became inflamed and mauve and had fibrous deposition under macrography (Figure 1(a)), suggesting that bleomycin had induced severe pulmonary fibrosis.