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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Six exfoliative toxins, able to induce exudative epidermitis in piglets, have been isolated from certain strains of S.
Staphylococcus hyicus virulence in relation to exudative epidermitis in pigs.
In June 2006, a Dutch farmer contacted the Pig Health Unit of the Veterinary Faculty of Utrecht University about an outbreak of exudative epidermitis among his swine.