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clot

 [klot]
1. a semisolidified mass, as of blood or lymph; called also coagulum.
2. coagulate. See also clotting.
blood clot a coagulum in the blood stream formed of an aggregation of blood factors, primarily platelets, and fibrin with entrapment of cellular elements; see also thrombus. Some authorities differentiate thrombus formation from simple coagulation or clot formation. Called also cruor.

co·ag·u·lum

, pl.

co·ag·u·la

(kō-ag'yū-lŭm, -lă),
A clot or a curd; a soft, nonrigid, insoluble mass formed when a solution undergoes coagulation.
[L. a means of coagulating, rennet]

coagulum

/co·ag·u·lum/ (ko-ag´u-lum) pl. coa´gula   [L.] clot (1).

coagulum

(kō-ăg′yə-ləm)
n. pl. coagu·la (-lə)
A coagulated mass, as of blood; a clot.

co·ag·u·lum

, pl. coagula (kō-ag'yū-lŭm, -lă)
A clot or a curd; a soft, nonrigid, insoluble mass formed when a solution undergoes coagulation.
[L. a means of coagulating, rennet]

coagulum

A clot.

coagulum

focus of soft, macerated tissue formed by, and containing, acid or alkali, due to application of caustic chemicals to the skin

coagulum

pl. coagula [L.] a clot.
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Two equidistant regions from the edge of the bone defect and center of it were selected, and afterwards the mean of these regions was calculated to obtain only one value of normal bone formed from the coagulum.
Because the first part of the ejaculate contains the spermatozoa and prostatic secretions, loss of this portion results in increased pH, decreased sperm concentration, and failure of the coagulum to liquefy.
In the prostate gland, it is produced by the epithelial lining of the acini and ducts, and its physiological role is to liquefy the seminal coagulum formed after ejaculation.
The cross-linked proteins form a matrix that traps fat globules to create a gel or coagulum.
Coagulum, yes, a coagulum of night, suspended between the sea and the sky like a cathedral on fire.
For example, by increasing the peak-to-peak voltage, the ability of the unit to fulgurate (produce a superficial coagulum of tissue that insulates deeper tissues from injury) is increased, as clinically demonstrated by a greater spark-gap distance, ie, the distance between the electrode and tissue.
14) Building upon Aristotle, the Arabic medical writer Avicenna compared the whole process of gestation to the making of cheese, with the male sperm equivalent to the clotting agent in milk, while the female "sperm" was compared to the coagulum.
Dissolution of wound coagulum and promotion of granulation tissue under DuoDERM.
To permit better heat transfer during polymerization because of reduced coagulum deposition (plating) on the reactor walls and lowered vidcosity resulting in easier stirring and increased heat transfer.
Gold-tip ablation catheter technology significantly reduces the rate of charring and coagulum formation, which is a marker for increased safety for the patients.
Venous thrombosis is defined as the formation of a semi-solid coagulum within the venous system.