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inspissated

 [in-spis´āt-ed]
being thickened, dried, or made less fluid by evaporation or absorption of liquid components.

inspissated

/in·spis·sat·ed/ (in-spis´āt-id) being thickened, dried, or made less fluid by evaporation.

inspissated

Thickened or condensed, as by absorption of water, boiling or evaporation.

inspissated

being thickened, dried, or made less fluid by evaporation.
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As already mentioned, fungal disease and inspissated secretions may be a potential pitfall on MRI (Figure 15).
Bilayered medium (bilayered) consisted of a lower layer of LJM (without malachite green); 5ml of the medium was poured in each 30 ml McCartney bottle and inspissated at 75--80[degrees]C for one hour for three consecutive days.
Jaundice persisting during the 1st month: inspissated bile syndrome, hyperalimentation associated cholestasis, hepatitis, cytomegalic inclusion disease, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, familial nonhemolytic icterus, congenital atresia of bile ducts, galactosemia, rarely physiologic jaundice, pyloric stenosis, hypothyroidism.
It is a universe fraught with perfervid political imaginings, inspissated prose, and baseless scenarios of grievance and exploitation.
Swapping Sturm und Drang for more recent cultural imperatives, Untitled (Sunset/Fax Machine/Schiele) (all works 2003) shows a Friedrich-meets-Monet seaside sunset casting its inspissated rays over an unexpected range of subjects including, as the title suggests, a fax machine and a Schiele nude.
The inspissated juice of the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum, is used to make morphine and codeine; both are powerful painkillers.
28] Calcifications may be formed when LCIS extends into and obstructs the ductules, trapping the secretions of adjacent lobules and resulting in necrosis and calcification of inspissated secretions.
Successive chapters consider the phases of that history, marked as they were by inspissated political power in the colonial Beamtenstaat and by the effort, on the part of those in charge in a newly independent Indonesia, progressively to mobilize, direct, and co-opt popular consciousness.
Murry wrote of Ulysses: 'Every thought that a super-subtle modern can think seems to be hidden somewhere in its inspissated obscurities.
Mr Pym, the minister responsible for the coordination of government presentation, had made a speech of inspissated gloom about the economy in the same week that Chancellor Sir Geoffrey Howe had been exceptionally upbeat about it.
Quotations, especially those that come in the form of aphorisms, are wisdom inspissated," according to Joseph Epstein, Northwestern University English professor and editor of The American Scholar, a publication for Mensa-types.