coagulum


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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

(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.
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Cheeseman, "Urethral obstruction by seminal coagulum is associated with medetomidine-ketamine anesthesia in male mice on C57BL/6J and mixed genetic backgrounds," Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, vol.
Neat latex and Na-MMT or CNC reinforced nanocomposites had average particle size around 120 nm and without coagulum, revealing that nano additives did not affect copolymer particle size.
The effects of the reactive surfactants with different EO units and their amounts on the monomer conversion and coagulum rate are shown in Fig.
Denatured protein forms a sticky coagulum. Internal tissue heat generated from friction then seals or welds vessel walls.
His concise but equally profound and eloquent discussion of liturgy is grounded in his debt to Owen Barfield for whom coagulum spiritus--"a concentration or suspension of spirit" is the description of matter (132).
Like the exemplary Hellige instrument, ROTEM also measures the firmness or the modulus of elasticity of the coagulum. It appears that a fibrin clot is analogous to the concept of a Maxwell body, which implies that it has elastic as well as viscous properties.
Acute peripheral arterial insufficiency mostly demonstrates itself as the occlusion of major arteries with coagulum. Patients with myocardial infarction, mitral stenosis and atrial fibrillation are at greater risk for the development of intracardiac coagulum (1).
The technologist was surprised to note a well formed coagulum and checked the patient information form to determine:
However, these lesions are easily distinguished microscopically, as they are seen as a cavity consisting of fibrous connective tissue and fibroblasts, and containing eosinophilic coagulum.
The syneresisfor all treatments increased along the storage period as the development of acidity resultin mor agregation of casein micills.Syneresis depends on the water holding capacity of proteins, which depends on the protein content and the type of protein,the most important structural of fermentd milk is the strength of the coagulum and its ability to binding water (Abou-El-Nour et al., 2004).
1A) of each one and filled with: animal's coagulum (Group I, n=5), monoolein gel (Group II, n=5), MTA in aqueous solution (Group III, n=5), MTA combined with monoolein gel as a carrier (Group IV, n=5).