seromucoid

se·ro·mu·coid

(sē'rō-myū'koyd),
General term for a mucoprotein (glycoprotein) from serum.

seromucoid

adjective Referring to a fluid with properties of serum and mucus.

noun
(1) A nonspecific term for any glycoprotein (mucoprotein) in the serum. 
(2) Alpha1-acid glycoprotein.

The nominative seromucoid is not used in the working medical parlance.

se·ro·mu·coid

(sēr'ō-myū'koyd)
General term for a mucoprotein (glycoprotein) from serum.
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The diagnosis and classification of the types of otitis media were based on: (i) clinical data of otalgia and otomicroscopic findings of opacity and bulging of the intact tympanic membrane for AOM;[15] (ii) a wet, swollen and contourless eardrum for perforated AOM; (iii) evidence of seromucoid effusion in the middle ear (completely filled or air-fluid level or bubbles), with an intact tympanic membrane without symptoms of acute infection for OME; [15] and (iv) evidence of a perforation or cholesteatoma with or without purulent discharge for CSOM.
The right-sided mass had previously ruptured into the right nostril, draining a seromucoid material.
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