cicatrix definition

  • noun:
    • A scar kept because of the development of brand new connective muscle over a healing aching or injury.
    • A scar that remains after the growth of brand-new structure over a recovering injury or aching (additionally used figuratively).
    • The pellicle which types over a wound or breach of continuity and finishes the process of treating into the second, and which consequently agreements and becomes white, developing the scar.
    • A cicatrice or scar.
    • In conchology, the impression or mark regarding the muscular or ligamentous attachment in a bivalve layer; the ciborium.
    • In entomology, a little, roughened, or depressed space on a surface, resembling a scar.
    • In botany, the mark of attachment of a seed or leaf.
    • a mark left (usually from the epidermis) because of the healing of hurt structure
    • A scar remaining because of the development of new connective muscle over a healing aching or injury.
    • A scar that stays after the development of new structure over a recovering wound or sore (additionally used figuratively).
    • The pellicle which forms over a wound or breach of continuity and finishes the process of recovering inside latter, and which afterwards agreements and becomes white, creating the scar.
    • A cicatrice or scar.
    • In conchology, the effect or mark of this muscular or ligamentous attachment in a bivalve layer; the ciborium.
    • In entomology, a small, roughened, or depressed space on a surface, resembling a scar.
    • In botany, the level of attachment of a seed or leaf.
    • a mark left (usually regarding skin) because of the recovery of injured structure

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