Scarification - Wikipedia
Scarifying (also scarification modification) involves scratching, etching, burning /
branding, .... Jump up to: "Scarification and Cicatrisation Among African Cultures"
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Trachoma, also called granular conjunctivitis, Egyptian ophthalmia, and blinding
trachoma, .... or is not markable. Immature follicle, Progressive corneal pannus,
Scars are easily visible as white b...
tr. & intr.v. cic·a·trized, cic·a·triz·ing, cic·a·triz·es. To heal or become healed by the
formation of scar tissue. [Middle English cicatrizen, from Old French cicatriser, ...
cicatrisation. Contraction of fibrous tissue, formed at a wound site by fibroblasts,
reducing the size of the wound while distorting tissue. Segen's Medical ...
Also, especially British, cicatrise. Origin of cicatrize. Expand ... British Dictionary
definitions for cicatrize. Expand ... cicatrization, cicatrisation, noun cicatrizer ...
Derived Forms. cicatrizant, cicatrisant, adjective cicatrization, cicatrisation, noun
cicatrizer, cicatriser, noun. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged ...
cicatrising. 1. transitive verb. : to induce the formation of a scar in. 2: scar.
intransitive verb. : to heal by forming a ... Will 'Kompromat' Make It into the
cicatrization (ˌcicatriˈzation) or cicatrisation (ˌcicatriˈsation) ... College
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cicatrisation translation english, French - English dictionary, meaning, see also '
climatisation',cicatriser',commercialisation',cicatrice', example of use, definition, ...
(with reference to a wound) heal by scar formation: Meaning, pronunciation,
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