indurated

adjective in·du·rat·ed \ ˈin-də-ˌrā-təd , -dyə- \

Definition of indurated

: having become firm or hard especially by increase of fibrous elements
  • indurated tissue

First Known Use of indurated

1578


Medical Dictionary

indurated

adjective in·du·rat·ed \ ˈin-d(y)ə-ˌrāt-əd \

medical Definition of indurated

: having become firm or hard especially by increase of fibrous elements
  • indurated tissue
  • an ulcer with an indurated border

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