colliquative


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colliquative

 [kŏ-lik´wah-tiv]
characterized by excessive liquid discharge, or by liquefaction of tissue.

col·liq·ua·tive

(ko-lik'wă-tiv),
Denoting or characteristic of colliquation.

colliquative

/col·liq·ua·tive/ (kah-lik´wah-tiv) characterized by excessive liquid discharge, or by liquefaction of tissue.

colliquative

[kol′ikwā′tiv]
characterized by a profuse fluid discharge, as in suppurating wounds and body structures that are infected.

col·liq·ua·tive

(kŏ-lik'wă-tiv)
Denoting or characteristic of colliquation.

colliquative

1. Featuring a turning to liquid of solid tissue, often after death.
2. Denoting excessive watery discharge.

colliquative

characterized by excessive liquid discharge, or by liquefaction of tissue.
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Later it states, rejecting reported cases of cures, that 'when the spitting of true purulent matter is come on, and is attended with colliquative sweats and a diarrhoea, there is no further hope for the patient; and in general, what is reported of the curing of consumptions, is founded on errors, and other cases have been mistaken for it'.