exudative

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exudative

 [eks-oo´dah-tiv]
of or pertaining to a process of exudation.

ex·u·da·tive

(eks-ū'dă-tiv),
Relating to the process of exudation or to an exudate.

exudative

[igzo̅o̅′dətiv]
relating to the oozing of fluid and other materials from cells and tissues, usually as a result of inflammation or injury.

ex·u·da·tive

(eks-yū'dă-tiv)
Relating to the process of exudation or to an exudate.

exudative

of or pertaining to a process of exudation.

exudative diathesis
a disease of young pigs and chickens caused by a nutritional deficiency of vitamin E. Characterized by severe edema of the subcutaneous tissues.
exudative epidermitis
a disease of young pigs caused by Staphylococcus hyicus (S. hyos) and characterized by an acute generalized seborrheic dermatitis. Called also greasy pig disease.
exudative muscle
see porcine stress syndrome.
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1961), encephalomalacia, exudative diathesis for vitamin E, polyneuritis, curled toe paralysis, perosis, impairment of food utilization for selenium (Swain, 1996).