phlebosclerosis


phlebosclerosis
/fleb'oh skli roh"sis/, n. Pathol.
sclerosis, or hardening, of the walls of veins.
[1895-1900; PHLEBO- + SCLEROSIS]

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  • phlebosclerosis — |flebō+ noun Etymology: New Latin, from phleb + sclerosis : sclerosis of the wall of a vein especially of its inner coats * * * /fleb oh skli roh sis/, n. Pathol. sclerosis, or hardening, of the walls of veins. [1895 1900; PHLEBO + SCLEROSIS] …   Useful english dictionary

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