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fibrinous

 [fi´brĭ-nus]
pertaining to or of the nature of fibrin.

fi·brin·ous

(fī'brin-ŭs),
Pertaining to or composed of fibrin.

fi·brin·ous

(fī'brin-ŭs)
Pertaining to or composed of fibrin.

fibrinous

1. Rich in FIBRIN.
2. Having the nature of fibrin.
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This figure is unlike with south Indian study conducted by P A Thomas, A K Leck, et al [7] in which hypopyon and fibrinous exudate were observed more frequently in bacterial keratitis (p, 0.05).
However, patients sometimes present with hypopyon, fibrinous reaction in the anterior chamber, and pupillary seclusion; response to topical therapy is insufficient in these cases.
Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia was first described by Beasley et al (50) as a variant of diffuse alveolar damage (DAD).
Though the adult worms in peritoneal cavity are reported to be non-pathogenic, primary septic and localized peritonitis of fibrinous nature was observed in our case (Fig.
Postoperative pathology revealed grayish, white, and dark-red tissue, with massive fibrinous exudation and necrosis.
Kanoh et al., "Clinico-pathological analysis referring hemeoxygenase-1 in acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia patients," Respiratory Medicne Case Report, vol.
Caption: Figure 4: An ulcerative lesion with a fibrinous cap and intraepidermal vesicles (H&E x40).
She was taken for a diagnostic laparoscopy, which revealed a dense fibrinous exudate and significant ascites in all four quadrants of the abdomen (Figure 2).
But her condition rapidly deteriorated and she died on September 5, 2015, from acute cardiac failure brought on by the heart condition, fibrinous pericarditis, and pleurisy.
Lung Therapeutics has designed LTI-01 to treat empyema and Complicated Parapneumonic Effusions, two complications of pneumonia that can involve fibrinous scarring that inhibits fluid drainage.
Microscopically, Lungs showed typical fibrinous bronchopneumonia, multifocal suppuration, Septae were thickened with fibrin, combined with cellular infiltration and edema (Fig.3).
All types of peritonitis caused by gastrointestinal perforations were included (gastric, purulent, fecal, or fibrinous content) either restricted to one quadrant or generalized to all four quadrants.