Etymology
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fibrosis (n.)

"fibrous growth or development in an organ," 1871, a Modern Latin hybrid, from Latin fibra "a fiber, filament" (see fiber) + Greek suffix -osis.

updated on November 05, 2014

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Definitions of fibrosis from WordNet

fibrosis (n.)
development of excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ;
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