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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.

fibrinous

/fi·brin·ous/ (fi´brin-us) pertaining to or of the nature 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.

fibrinous

pertaining to or of the nature of fibrin.
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Lung lobes had areas of severe congestion and fibrinous pleuritis.
For example, fibrinous debris, inspissated secretions, or granulation material can accumulate on a tube that has been left in place for months or even years, and this accumulation may create airway obstruction during a tube change.
Coelomic endoscopy revealed fibrinous material immediately aborad to distended intestinal loops.
Histopathologic observation revealed acute suppurative appendicitis with ulcerations extending deep into the muscularis, which was covered with a suppurative and fibrinous exudate.
1996) The present report puts on record a case of vaginal blockage due to fibrinous adhesion of mucosa in a crossbred cow previously treated for protracted dystocia.
Goss lesions of unabsorbed yolk, airsaculitis, fibrinous pericarditis, fibrinous perihapatitis, enlarged kidneys, spleenomegaly and dehydration were observed in about 15% of sacrificed chicks in group A and 10% in group B.
Experimental infection of pregnant cows is often associated with fibrinous pericarditis (XAVIER et al.
Fibrinous debris (not debrided) covered most of the wound, and granulation tissue was absent (figure, A).
Fibrinous flakes were usually present near the perforation and over the loops of intestine.
Some birds showed infraorbital sinusitis with serous or fibrinous exudates and catarrhal tracheitis, whereas others presented with serofibrinous airsacculitis and splenomegaly.
Four of the samples showed fibrinous pneumonia with serofibrinous fluid and an inflammatory cell infiltrate consisting mainly of lymphocytes in the alveoli (Figure, panel C) and bronchioles (Figure, panel D).
1) and accumulation of increased amount of straw coloured fluid along with fibrinous exudates in the abdominal and thoracic cavity.