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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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The wound had a mean amount of serous exudation, local hyperemia and edema, and a large amount of slough throughout the wound; reported a lot of local pain and in the lower left limb.
The dogs of laser treated group II on 3rd day showed mild to moderate exudation while only mild exudation was observed in group III whereas moderate to marked exudation was recorded in dogs of group I.
travel to tips and edges of leaves for its exudation as droplets.
It is tempting to hypothesize that the high-temperature process has to be identified with diffusion controlled by slow leaching, evaporation, and degradation of the AO at the surface (regime B) and the low-temperature process with diffusional exudation of the AO to the surface (regime A9).
As the Al and Fe increased, the exudation of organic acids was increased.
05) in exudation sore were observed in both the treatment groups on day 3 and 7 when compared to control group, where there was a significant degree of exudation on these respective days, however, no significant difference in exudation scores was observed between group II & III (Fig.
Long time exudation was observed from a single oak tree in a garden in Surrey, England which maintained this activity for up to five years FOX-WILSON & HORT (1926).
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The results of this experiment indicate that the number of total cells and neutrophils and the concentration of protein exudation in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALE) significantly decreased in the MCR-LPS group.
3ml of exudation from abdominal cavity for 15 minutes testing and following analysis.
Examination under general anaesthesia revealed extensive sub-retinal exudation with optic disc pallor in right eye.