Definitions for "Fibrosis"
The formation of fibrous tissue in a repair or reactive process, as opposed to formation of fibrous tissue as a normal part of the tissue or organ.
(adjective: fibrotic) A disease-related process in which normal tissue is gradually infiltrated with scar tissue, eventually leading to decreased organ function. Patients with chronic hepatitis C are at risk for developing fibrosis.
formation of fibrous tissue as a reaction or as a repair process; may occur due to treatment and/or disease
Perinatal Valine
Parenteral Valine Pathogen Varicella
Pathogen Yeasts
Keywords:  vasoactive
Keywords:  topotecan, nonmalignant
Nonmalignant Topotecan
Keywords:  nosocomial
Keywords:  paraparesis, papillary
Papillary Paraparesis
Keywords:  orofacial, visceral
Orofacial Visceral
Osteodystrophy Ventricular
Keywords:  perineal
Keywords:  normotensive, withdrawal
Normotensive Withdrawal
Keywords:  yaws, pelvic
Pelvic Yaws
Keywords:  neuropathy, ventilation
Neuropathy Ventilation
Keywords:  phenotype
Keywords:  parity