Medical Definition of Fibrinous degeneration

1. A process resulting in poorly defined, deeply acidophilic, homogeneous refractile deposits with some staining reactions that resemble fibrin, occurring in connective tissue, blood vessel walls, and other sites. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrinous Degeneration

fibrinolytic agent
fibrinolytic purpura
fibrinopeptide
fibrinopeptide a
fibrinopeptide b
fibrinopeptides
fibrinoplastic
fibrinoplastin
fibrinopurulent
fibrinopurulent inflammation
fibrinoscopy
fibrinous
fibrinous adhesion
fibrinous bronchitis
fibrinous cast
fibrinous degeneration (current term)
fibrinous inflammation
fibrinous iritis
fibrinous lymph
fibrinous pericarditis
fibrinous pleurisy
fibrinous polyp
fibrins
fibrinuria
fibrists
fibro
fibro-
fibro-osteoma
fibroadenoma
fibroadipose

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