coagulative


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co·ag·u·la·tive

(kō-ag'yū-lă-tiv),
Causing coagulation.
Synonym(s): coagulant (2)
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co·ag·u·la·tive

(kō-ag'yū-lă-tiv)
Causing coagulation.
Synonym(s): coagulant (2) .
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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It is essential to search assiduously for the presence of "coagulative tumor necrosis," and this must be distinguished from "hyaline necrosis." Hyaline necrosis is characterized by necrosis which is separated from viable tumor by a zone of connective tissue that varies from granulation tissue to hyalinized fibrous tissue, depending on the age of the necrosis [14].
This observation led us to the hypothesis that the metabolic characteristics of LMS/STUMP (reflected by the presence of coagulative tumor cell necrosis) could be more useful than SUV for diagnostic purposes.
As underlined in literature [13-18], we performed each hemoadsorption treatment for 24 hours, except in two patients (cases 1 and 4) in which we changed the entire extracorporeal circuit after approximately 12 hours due to the severe coagulative disorders of the patients at the beginning.
(e and f) Hematoxylin and eosin shows fat necrosis and coagulative necrosis and rare foci of vasculitis as well as foci of RBC extravasation.
There are also large areas of steatosis and coagulative necrosis (Figure 4(d)).
C) Liver, 8 dpe, showing confluent coagulative necrosis of hepatocytes and bile duct necrosis with mononuclear cellular infiltrate in the portal triad.
Tissue temperatures in excess of 100[degrees]C are achieved, with cell death due to coagulative necrosis occurring approximately at 50[degrees]C.
pylori infection in the occurrence of pre-eclampsia, a hypertensive and coagulative disorder.33 Anti-CagA antibodies are able to recognise b-actin of cytotrophoblast cells and affect their invasiveness.34 Furthermore, high H.
(7) The primary challenge with diode lasers is deep tissue penetration and coagulative necrosis.
Intravascular coagulative hematologic abnormalities and local or systemic factors impairing ocular circulation may also contribute to reduced blood flow.