- clostridial m. SYN: gas gangrene.

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myo·ne·cro·sis -nə-'krō-səs, -ne- n, pl -cro·ses -.sēz necrosis of muscle

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myo·ne·cro·sis (mi″o-nə-kroґsis) necrosis or death of individual muscle fibers.

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