serosamucin

se·ro·sa·mu·cin

(sē-rō'să-myū'sin),
Mucoid material found in serous fluids, for example, in ascitic or synovial fluid.
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serosamucin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for “mucoid” material (possibly, proteinaceous debris) present in body fluids—e.g., ascites, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluids and others.
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