serosanguineous


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serosanguineous

 [se″ro-sang-gwin´e-us]
composed of serum and blood.

se·ro·san·guin·e·ous

(sē'rō-sang-gwin'ē-ŭs),
Denoting an exudate or a discharge composed of or containing serum and also blood.

serosanguineous

(sîr′ō-săng-gwĭn′ē-əs)
adj.
Consisting of serum and blood.

serosanguineous

adjective Referring to a body fluid that is both serous (thin and watery, as serum, or containing serum) and bloody.

serosanguineous

adjective Referring to a body fluid that is both sticky and bloody

se·ro·san·guin·e·ous

(sēr'ō-sang-gwin'ē-ŭs)
Denoting an exudate or a discharge composed of or containing both serum and blood.
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At post mortem examination, serosanguineous fluid oozed freely from cut surface of left facial mass.
Caption: Figure 4: A 105 x 65 mm of solitary smooth-walled cyst containing serosanguineous fluid was excised completely (right panel).
Some of the main GSD complications are chylothorax and, less commonly, serosanguineous pleural effusion.
Three days after surgery, the horse showed a serosanguineous collection above the abdominal wound and a moderate purulent discharge from the skin incision that were managed with daily manual massage and local disinfection.
Clinical examination showed multiple channels connecting the ulcerated skin with the subcutis and extended from the right scapula to the right thorax that drained serosanguineous secretion (Figure 1A).
The wound continued to break down over the next 2 weeks, with copious amounts of foul purulent exudate and a moderate amount of serosanguineous drainage.
While the patient was anesthetized, pericardiocentesis was performed by sonographic guidance, and 4 mL serosanguineous fluid was removed.
A chest tube was placed in the right pleural space, and 550 mL of serosanguineous fluid was drained during the initial 24 hours.
[5] The sampled fluid (usually serosanguineous or haemorrhagic exudate) is unlikely to contain diagnostic cytological material.
Blood or serosanguineous discharge in milk during lactation can be caused by various factors related to lactation, such as cracked nipples, mastitis, trauma or vascular engorgement.
At the time of examination, the animal was presenting an ulcerative, erythematous lesion, with serosanguineous exudate, measuring four centimeters in diameter in the right periocular region (Figure 1).