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necrotic

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NECROTIC
Medical and Biological Contexts:
Necrotic tissue: Dead or decaying biological material, cells, or structures within an organism or body.
Necrotic cells: Cells that have died or undergone irreversible damage, leading to cellular death or decay.
Necrotic lesions: Areas of damaged or dead tissue on the skin, organs, or internal structures due to injury, disease, or infection.
Necrotic bone: Bone tissue that has died or undergone cellular death due to factors such as trauma, infection, or vascular compromise.
Necrotic wound: A wound or injury characterized by dead or decaying tissue, often requiring medical intervention or treatment.
Necrotic area: A specific region, site, or zone within an organism or tissue that has experienced cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic process: The sequence, progression, or development of cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems or organisms.
Necrotic factor: A contributing element, condition, or agent that leads to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within tissues, organs, or organisms.
Necrotic pathway: The sequence, mechanisms, or processes involved in cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems, cells, or tissues.
Necrotic response: The physiological, biochemical, or immunological reactions, mechanisms, or changes associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within organisms or tissues.
Pathological and Clinical Contexts:
Necrotic tissue: Dead or decaying tissue resulting from injury, infection, disease, or other pathological processes within the body.
Necrotic injury: Damage, trauma, or harm leading to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within tissues, organs, or systems.
Necrotic infection: Bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic invasion leading to tissue death, decay, or necrosis within organisms or hosts.
Necrotic syndrome: A group of symptoms, signs, or clinical manifestations associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems or organisms.
Necrotic marker: Biochemical, molecular, or diagnostic indicators associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within tissues, organs, or organisms.
Necrotic condition: A pathological state, disorder, or disease characterized by cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems or organisms.
Necrotic reaction: The pathological, immunological, or inflammatory responses associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within tissues, organs, or systems.
Necrotic damage: Harm, injury, or impairment resulting in cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological structures, tissues, or systems.
Necrotic disorder: A pathological condition, disease, or syndrome characterized by cellular death, decay, or necrosis within organisms, tissues, or organs.
Necrotic change: Alterations, modifications, or transformations leading to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems, structures, or organisms.
Veterinary and Animal Health Contexts:
Necrotic tissue: Dead or decaying tissue resulting from injury, disease, infection, or other pathological conditions within animals or organisms.
Necrotic lesions: Areas of dead or decaying tissue on the skin, organs, or internal structures of animals due to injury, disease, infection, or other factors.
Necrotic infection: Bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic invasion leading to tissue death, decay, or necrosis within animal hosts or species.
Necrotic syndrome: A set of symptoms, signs, or clinical manifestations associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal systems or organisms.
Necrotic wound: A wound or injury in animals characterized by dead or decaying tissue, often requiring veterinary intervention, treatment, or care.
Necrotic response: The physiological, biochemical, or immunological reactions, mechanisms, or changes associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal organisms or tissues.
Necrotic condition: A pathological state, disorder, or disease characterized by cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal systems or organisms.
Necrotic damage: Harm, injury, or impairment resulting in cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal structures, tissues, or systems.
Necrotic disorder: A pathological condition, disease, or syndrome characterized by cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal organisms, tissues, or organs.
Necrotic change: Alterations, modifications, or transformations leading to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within animal systems, structures, or organisms.
Microbiological and Research Contexts:
Necrotic cells: Cells in culture or experimental models that have died or undergone irreversible damage, leading to cellular death or decay.
Necrotic markers: Molecular, biochemical, or diagnostic indicators used to identify, measure, or assess cellular death, decay, or necrosis in research settings.
Necrotic process: The mechanisms, pathways, or sequences studied to understand cellular death, decay, or necrosis within experimental models, systems, or organisms.
Necrotic response: The biological, biochemical, or molecular reactions, changes, or phenomena observed or studied in relation to cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic pathway: The biochemical, molecular, or cellular sequences, mechanisms, or processes explored or investigated in relation to cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic conditions: Experimental, environmental, or controlled states, settings, or situations designed to induce, study, or investigate cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic factors: Elements, agents, or conditions manipulated or studied to understand their role in inducing, preventing, or modulating cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic assays: Laboratory, experimental, or research methods, techniques, or procedures designed to detect, measure, or assess cellular death, decay, or necrosis.
Necrotic models: Experimental systems, organisms, or models utilized to study, investigate, or explore cellular death, decay, or necrosis in controlled, manipulated, or simulated conditions.
Necrotic studies: Research, investigations, or experiments focused on understanding, identifying, or characterizing cellular death, decay, or necrosis within biological systems, organisms, or tissues.
Miscellaneous Collocations:
Necrotic tissue: Dead or decaying material, cells, or structures resulting from injury, disease, infection, or other destructive processes within various contexts, systems, or environments.
Necrotic lesions: Areas of dead or decaying material, tissue, or structures on surfaces, organs, or structures due to detrimental, destructive, or pathological factors.
Necrotic organisms: Species, entities, or entities experiencing cellular death, decay, or necrosis due to external, internal, or environmental factors.
Necrotic changes: Alterations, modifications, or transformations leading to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within various systems, structures, or environments.
Necrotic state: A condition, situation, or state characterized by cellular death, decay, or necrosis within specific contexts, systems, or domains.
Necrotic factors: Elements, conditions, or agents contributing to or influencing cellular death, decay, or necrosis within various settings, systems, or environments.
Necrotic processes: Sequences, pathways, or mechanisms leading to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within diverse systems, structures, or organisms.
Necrotic environments: Conditions, settings, or situations favoring or inducing cellular death, decay, or necrosis within specific contexts, domains, or ecosystems.
Necrotic reactions: Responses, changes, or phenomena associated with cellular death, decay, or necrosis within various systems, structures, or organisms.
Necrotic phenomena: Observations, events, or occurrences related to cellular death, decay, or necrosis within specific contexts, systems, or environments.

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