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liquefaction

 [lik″wĕ-fak´shun]
conversion into a liquid form. adj., adj liquefac´tive.

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik-wĕ-fak'shŭn),
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
[see liquefacient]

liquefaction

/liq·ue·fac·tion/ (-fak´shun) conversion into a liquid form.liquefac´tive

liquefaction

[lik′wəfak′shən]
Etymology: L, liquere, to flow, facere, to make
the process in which a solid or a gas is made liquid.

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik'wĕ-fak'shŭn)
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
See: liquefacient

liquefaction

breakdown of tissues and/or microorganisms, forming liquid/semiliquid material or pus

liquefaction

conversion into a liquid form.

liquefaction degeneration
see hydropic degeneration.
liquefaction necrosis
tissue undergoing liquefaction.
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