serosamucin

se·ro·sa·mu·cin

(sē-rō'să-myū'sin),
Mucoid material found in serous fluids, for example, in ascitic or synovial fluid.

serosamucin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for “mucoid” material (possibly, proteinaceous debris) present in body fluids—e.g., ascites, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluids and others.