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Plural of coagulum.


Plural of coagulum.


(kō-ăg′ū-lŭm) plural.coagula [L. coagulatio, clotting]
A coagulated mass, clot, or precipitate.
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conturarea tot mai evidenta a unui raport de convergenta, de sustinere reciproca a consumurilor de tutun, alcool si droguri, care par a se coagula, la varsta superioara a adolescentei, intr-o triada relativ unitara;
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The natural rubber processing factories obtain the raw material collected from trees either in large plantations or from smaller independent holdings, in one of two forms, field coagula or field latex (figure 4).
The right tonsil was excised, thin purulent material was drained, and coagula, thrombotic vessels, and necrotic tissue were removed from the parapharyngeal space through the tonsillar bed.