fibrinoscopy

fi·bri·nos·co·py

(fī'bri-nos'kŏ-pē),
The chemical and physical examination of the fibrin of exudates, blood clots, etc.
[fibrino- + G. skopeō, to view]

fibrinoscopy

[fi′brinos′käpe]
See inoscopy.

fibrinoscopy

A near-extinct term that signifies the physical examination of the consistency and appearance of fibrin in clots and body fluids.

fibrinoscopy

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