fibrosis

Fibrotic

What does fibrotic mean? Fibrotic is a word pathologists use to describe a process called fibrosis. To learn more, read our article about fibrosis.

Cirrhosis

What is cirrhosis? Cirrhosis is a type of medical liver disease caused¬†by scar formation in the liver. This type of scar tissue that develops in the liver is called fibrosis. Fibrosis is caused by damage that occurs in the liver over a long period of time. What are the symptoms of cirrhosis? People with cirrhosis …
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Fibrosis

Fibrosis is a pathological process characterized by the excessive accumulation of fibrous connective tissue in an organ or tissue. This process is part of the body’s natural healing mechanism, typically initiated in response to injury or damage, including chronic inflammation. However, when fibrosis becomes excessive, it can lead to significant impairment of the affected organ’s …
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