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In the absence of bacterial activity, gangrene results in drying and shrivelling of the affected part, and is known as "dry gangrene." 2, record 1, English, - dry%20gangrene
The part is cold and black; the tissues dry and drop off. 3, record 1, English, - dry%20gangrene
Gangrène caractérisée par le durcissement et la dessiccation des tissus, secondaire à l'occlusion d'une artère. 2, record 1, French, - gangr%C3%A8ne%20s%C3%A8che
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