insudation

insudation

 [in″soo-da´shun]
1. the accumulation, as in the kidney, of a substance derived from the blood.
2. the substance so accumulated.
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Although the precise mechanism of this is currently unknown, this finding suggests that eNOS deficiency may impair glomerular endothelial junctions in diabetes, causing insudation to subendothelial space and mesangium, and advance diabetic glomerular lesions.
The morphologic features associated with structural valve deterioration (SVD) included collagen degeneration, calcification, prolapse, increased cusp stiffness/cusp immobilization, fluid insudation, fibrosis and cusp tears (Figures 2 through 4).
The change in permeability causing insudation of lipoproteins into the intima of large vessels can lead to atherosclerosis of the epicardial coronary arteries as well as small arterioles of the heart.