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exudation

 [eks″u-da´shun]
1. the escape of fluid, cells, or cellular debris from blood vessels and deposition in or on the tissue.

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'ū-dā'shŭn),
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate

exudation

/ex·u·da·tion/ (eks″u-da´shun)
1. the escape of fluid, cells, and cellular debris from blood vessels and their deposition in or on the tissues, usually as the result of inflammation.
2. an exudate.exu´dative

exudation

[eks′yədā′shən]
Etymology: L, exudare
the oozing of fluid, pus, or serum. The exudate may or may not contain fibrous or coagulated material.

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'yū-dā'shŭn)
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate.

exudation

A slow escape of clear, cellular or other fluid from cells or blood vessels, usually in the course of inflammation.

exudation (ek·sōōˈ·dāˑ·shn),

n the steady, slow movement of cells or fluid, from a cell membrane's pores or from small leaks in the membrane.

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'yū-dā'shŭn)
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate.

exudation (eks´oodā´shən),

n See exudate.

exudation

1. the escape of fluid, cells or cellular debris from blood vessels and deposition in or on the tissue.
2. exudate.
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Exudation at the site may be due to inflammatory reaction at the site in response to surgical trauma.
In brief, two experienced pulmonologists randomly selected 10 fields of lung sections from 3 lobes of right lung tissue for each rat, and used a microscope at 200x magnification to read and score the damaged levels in these sections according to the presence and extent of interstitial cellular infiltration, alveolar protein exudation, and tissue hemorrhage as previously performed in a series of studies written by the authors of the present work (Wu et al.
Qualitatively, the effect of each chemical as a muscle relaxant was similar, producing a contracted muscle with a little exudation of mucus.
Presumed acquired retinal hemangiomas may fall on the extreme end of the spectrum, in which the vascular component predominantes (15) and massive exudation is typical.
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Abdu Al-Qadhi, director of Al-Thawra Garden, confirms that such a layer of contaminants exists on leaves, which blocks their pores and reduces the exudation process, resulting in an imbalance in their ability to take in carbon and produce oxygen.
We have explored the inter-relationship between coalescence, crosslinking, and surfactant exudation in an acrylic latex containing diacetone acrylamide exploiting the "keto-hydrazide" crosslinking reaction.
The dilation of capillaries also increases the exudation of fluid into the tissues and this is followed by increased absorption which together with the increased flow of blood through the pelvic area, assists in the removal of waste products.
Grade 1- no inflammation, Grade 2- minimal inflammation: mild congestion and oedema, Grade 3- mild inflammation: erosion of joint surface, congestion and oedema, small number of neutrophils), Grade 4- moderate inflammation: neutrophils and macrophages, synoviocyte hyperplasia, and Grade 5- severe inflammation: neutrophils and macrophages, synoviocyte hyperplasia, fibrin exudation.