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exudation

 [eks″u-da´shun]
1. the escape of fluid, cells, or cellular debris from blood vessels and deposition in or on the tissue.

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'ū-dā'shŭn),
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'yū-dā'shŭn)
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate.

exudation

A slow escape of clear, cellular or other fluid from cells or blood vessels, usually in the course of inflammation.

ex·u·da·tion

(eks'yū-dā'shŭn)
1. The act or process of exuding.
2. Synonym(s): exudate.
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In which: [EXR.sub.Toc] is the rate of TOC exudation released by roots of irrigated rice cultivars (mg C [plant.sup.-1] [day.sup.-1]), [C.sub.exp] is the exuded carbon per plant (mg [mL.sup.-1]), [C.sub.c] is the carbon of the control collection medium, 600 is the amount of collection medium used for each plant (mL [plant.sup.-1]), 24 is the number of hours of the day, and PC is the collection period of the exudates (2 hours).
Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), namely, intravitreal bevacizumab, has been reported as an effective therapy either alone or combined with other treatment modalities for subretinal fluid and exudation in Coats' disease [5-8].
(c, d) CTE showed the same patient with thickening bowel wall and circumintestinal exudation in the terminal ileum.
According to Adam & Fadl (2011) the gum exudation is subject to drought conditions and these authors indicated the dry seasons of the year to increase the gum production.
Day Degree * Treated Group 0 4 Marked fibrinosanguinolent exudation intense pruritus Large number of fistulous trajectories Marked presence of Kunkers Exuberant ulcerative lesion overlying skin 16 3 Absence or mild fibrinosanguinolent exudation No pruritus Moderate number of fistulous trajectories Moderate presence of Kunkers Less prominent skin lesion Moderate formation of scabs at the edges of the wound Contraction of the lesion by 64.7% 32 2 Slight presence of Kunkers and fistulous trajectories Marked decrease in granuloma and leveling with normal skin Increased formation of scabs covering the wound Contraction of the lesion by 86.3%.
Root pressure theory of sap movement and exudation: revisited
Regarding the type of reading of the response, the majority of veterinarians include the qualitative reading, which consists of the observation of inflammatory clinical signs such as oedema, exudation, necrosis, pain or inflammatory reaction of the vessels and local lymph nodes.
Clinically, the whole scalp was covered with white desquamation with multiple yellowish crusts with areas with yellow exudation, single follicular papules and disseminated exudative vesicles.
Therefore, two mechanisms may be indeed relevant: a "fast" diffusional process of exudation to the surface and precipitation at the surface from a supersaturated state and a "slow" diffusional process of completely soluble AO driven by the rate of continuing loss at the surface due to hydrolytic or oxidative degradation, evaporation, and extraction at the surface [43, 44].
Caption: Figure 2: Section of glomerulus with methenamine silver staining showing circumferential cellular crescent with fibrinoid necrosis and leukocytic exudation.