Definition of necrotic in English:

necrotic

adjective

Medicine
  • See necrosis

    • ‘To our knowledge, this is the first case report of a totally necrotic seminoma presenting in this manner.’
    • ‘This preparation has been extensively used in the topical treatment of necrotic ulcers.’
    • ‘The strangulated haemorrhoid becomes necrotic and sloughs off, while the underlying tissue undergoes fixation by fibrotic wound healing.’
    • ‘It is postulated that the necrotic lung granulomas are related to ischemia from the nearby vasculitis.’
    • ‘An area of necrotic fatty tissue was found in the abdominal wall.’
    • ‘However, relatively few successful pregnancies have been reported, and there is a risk of hysterectomy because of sepsis of necrotic fibroids.’
    • ‘The granuloma becomes necrotic and drops off within seven to 14 days.’
    • ‘The central area of the tumor was completely necrotic and consisted of amorphous eosinophilic material.’

Pronunciation

necrotic

/nɛˈkrɒtɪk/