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

/se·ro·san·guin·e·ous/ (sēr″o-sang-gwin´e-us) composed of serum and blood.

serosanguineous

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

serosanguineous

[sir′ōsang·gwin′ē·əs]
1 (of a discharge) thin and red.
2 composed of serum and blood. Also serosanguinous [sir'ōsang·gwinəs] .

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.

serosanguineous

composed of serum and blood.
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Some of the main GSD complications are chylothorax and, less commonly, serosanguineous pleural effusion.
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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).
Intra-operatively, the mass was found to contain numerous cystic spaces filled with blood and serosanguineous fluid (figure 2, B).
At an exploratory laparotomy, surgeons found serosanguineous pelvic fluid, partial dehiscence of the vaginal cuff with necrotic edges, and a suture line incorporating the anterior rectal wall in the vaginal cuff repair.
Less marked inflammatory signs and a more intense granulation tissue were evident in the treated group (TG) in relation to the control group (CG), but a serosanguineous secretion covered the wound bed in both groups (Figure 1a).
Causes of a bloody or serosanguineous nipple discharge from a single duct include hyperplasia, papilloma, DCIS, invasive ductal carcinoma, and pregnancy.