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serofibrinous

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  • serofibrinous — Denoting an exudate composed of serum and fibrin. * * * se·ro·fi·brin·ous fī brin əs adj composed of or characterized by serum and fibrin <a serofibrinous exudate> <serofibrinous pleurisy> * * * adj. describing an exudate of serum… …   Medical dictionary

  • serofibrinous — “+ adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary sero + fibrinous : composed of or characterized by serum and fibrin serofibrinous pleurisy …   Useful english dictionary

  • serofibrinous — se·ro·fibrinous …   English syllables

  • serofibrinous — adj. describing an exudate of serum that contains a high proportion of the protein fibrin …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • serofibrinous pericarditis — pericarditis characterized by a fibrinous exudate accompanied by substantial serous effusion, otherwise resembling fibrinous pericarditis …   Medical dictionary

  • serofibrinous pleurisy — pleurisy with effusion (q.v.) with a watery exudate and fibrinous deposits …   Medical dictionary

  • Серозно-Фибринозный (Serofibrinous) — данный термин используется для описания экссудата сыворотки крови, содержащего большое количество белка фибрина. Источник: Медицинский словарь …   Медицинские термины

  • СЕРОЗНО-ФИБРИНОЗНЫЙ — (serofibrinous) данный термин используется для описания экссудата сыворотки крови, содержащего большое количество белка фибрина …   Толковый словарь по медицине

  • Inflammation — A basic way in which the body reacts to infection, irritation or other injury, the key feature being redness, warmth, swelling and pain. Inflammation is now recognized as a type of nonspecific immune response. More information: In technical terms …   Medical dictionary

  • Pleurisy — Inflammation of the pleura, the linings surrounding the lungs. There are two layers of pleura; one covering the lung and the other covering the inner wall of the chest. These two layers are lubricated by pleural fluid. Pleurisy is frequently… …   Medical dictionary

  • Rheumatic fever — Classification and external resources Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria, Pappenheim s stain ICD 10 I …   Wikipedia


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