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exudative

 [eks-oo´dah-tiv]
of or pertaining to a process of exudation.

ex·u·da·tive

(eks-ū'dă-tiv),
Relating to the process of exudation or to an exudate.

ex·u·da·tive

(eks-yū'dă-tiv)
Relating to the process of exudation or to an exudate.
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VATS was found to have sensitivity 97.3%, specificity 100%, positive predictive value (PPV) 100%, negative predictive value (NPV) 97.5%, and an accuracy rate of 98.7% in the diagnosis of exudative PE that could not be diagnosed by other methods.
The role of carcass chilling rate in the development of pale, exudative turkey pectoralis.
Usefulness of serum ascites albumin difference in separating transudate from exudative ascites.
Although macroscopic appearance of fluid does not have a diagnostic role, it is likely that hemorrhagic and exudative fluids are malignant.
Clinical presentation of familial exudative vitreoretinopathy Ophthalmology 2011;118:2070-2075.
In addition, they should bring any skin changes (erythema, exudative crust, pigmentation, or pruritus) or nipple thickening to the immediate attention of their health care providers.
Exudative pleural effusion containing predominately lymphocytes and pleural fluid ADA [greater than or equal to] 40 U/L.
The disease in cattle is characterised by acute or chronic, local or progressive and sometimes fatal exudative dermatitis starting as erythema, progressing through serous exudation, drying form characteristic matting of hair (Dalis et al., 2009).
We present a case of purulent pericarditis with necrotizing and exudative changes leading to cardiac tamponade.
Pleural fluid was determined to be exudative by Light's criteria as the lactate dehydrogenase was found to be greater than two-thirds the upper limits of our laboratory's normal value [6].
Moreover, multiple management strategies have been employed for anti-VEGF therapy, such as monthly dosing, every other month dosing after 3 initial monthly loading phase [20], and monthly loading phase followed by pro re nata (PRN) retreatment on evidence of exudative disease activity [22], as well as treat and extend regimens [23].