hyaloserositis

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hyaloserositis

 [hi″ah-lo-sēr″o-si´tis]
inflammation of serous membranes marked by conversion of the serous exudate into a pearly coating of the affected organ.

hy·a·lo·se·ro·si·tis

(hī'ă-lō-sē'rō-sī'tis),
Inflammation of a serous membrane with a fibrinous exudate that eventually becomes hyalinized, resulting in a relatively thick, dense, opaque, glistening, white or gray-white coating; when the process involves the visceral serous membranes of various organs, the grossly apparent condition is sometimes colloquially termed icing liver, sugar-coated spleen, frosted heart, and so on, depending on the site.
[hyalo- + Mod. L. serosa, serous membrane, + -itis, inflammation]

hyaloserositis

/hy·a·lo·se·ro·si·tis/ (hi″ah-lo-sēr″o-si´tis) inflammation of serous membranes, with hyalinization of the serous exudate into a pearly investment of the affected organ.
progressive multiple hyaloserositis  Concato's disease.

hyaloserositis

inflammation of serous membranes marked by conversion of the serous exudate into a pearly coating of the affected organ.
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