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 (nĕ-krōs′, -krōz′, nĕk′rōs′, -rōz′)
intr. & tr.v. ne·crosed, ne·cros·ing, ne·cros·es
To undergo or cause to undergo necrosis.

[Back-formation from necrosis.]
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Exploration revealed a necrosed graft along with sloughing of the external iliac artery.
Intraoperatively we found a Necrosed uterus with a thin serosal separation that was adhered to small and large bowel (Figure 1).
Incus was intact in 6 (5.9%) patients, lenticular process erosion was observed in 3 (2.9%) patients, long process of incus was necrosed in 81 (79.4%) patients and body of incus was destroyed in 12 (11.8%) patients.
1B), infiltration of leukocytic cells and cell debris of necrosed tissues observed in infected organs of IBDV inoculated birds of group B (SAN) chicks.
Caecotomy was performed and necrosed ilial intussusceptum was exposed (Fig.
WaterLase utilizes proprietary and patented Radial Firing Perio Tips[TM] which emit a corona of laser energy to manage infection, necrosed tissue, anaerobes and other material compromising the implant surface and surrounding periodontal structures.
The placental cyst had ruptured and could not be delineated separately from partially necrosed placenta.
Histopathological examination of H & E stained section revealed necrosed vacoulated connective tissue stroma with tags of overlying stratified squamous epithelium.
This has been explained by the mobili- zation of serum zinc to the area of tissue injury to participate in the reparative process.17 Some other workers explained the fall of zinc in blood on the basis of transportation of zinc into necrosed myocar-dium to take part in the synthesis of lactic dehydro- genase that is a metalloenzyme.18 Another scientist explained this on the basis of the humoral factor known as the leukocytic endogenous mediator released from polymorphonuclear leukocytes in the presence of myocardial necrosis.19
This is where the damaged and necrosed (dead) cells are removed from the area via the lymphatic system.
Larvae (1-2 mm) feed on dead and necrosed tissue of the wound, grow and mature in approximately 4-5 days.
Due to these typical anatomical features it is very difficult to perform the pulp vitality procedures especially the Electrical Pulp Testing with more chances of getting false-positive and false-negative responses.10 It is not uncommon that an infected premolar contain necrosed pulp in one canal and some vital pulp in other canal may elicit the false-positive response in otherwise necrosed pulp.