1、Greek kirrhos "tawny, orange tawny, orange-yellow".
2、kirrhos => kirrh- => cirrh- + -osis => cirrhosis.
- cirrhosis (n.)
- 1827, coined in Modern Latin by French physician René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laennec (1781-1826) with -osis and Greek kirrhos "tawny," which is of unknown origin. So called for the orange-yellow appearance of the diseased liver. Related: Cirrhotic.
- 1. Cirrhosis deaths, in both males and females increased during the same years.
- 2. The typical patient has obvious signs of advanced nutritional cirrhosis.
- 3. It has a higher incidence in postnecrotic cirrhosis and hemochromatosis than in Laennec's cirrhosis.
- 4. These complications may have a fatal outcome, or may lead to the development of cirrhosis.
- 这些合并症可能会有致命后果, 或可导致肝硬化.
- 5. We know very little as yet about the mental effects of severe cirrhosis of the liver.
[ cirrhosis 造句 ]