Medical Dictionary


noun pan·nus \ˈpan-əs\
plural pan·ni \ˈpan-ˌī\

Medical Definition of PANNUS

:  a vascular tissue causing a superficial opacity of the cornea and occurring especially in trachoma
:  a sheet of inflammatory granulation tissue that spreads from the synovial membrane and invades the joint in rheumatoid arthritis ultimately leading to fibrous ankylosis


July 28, 2015
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