serosity


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serosity

 [se-ros´ĭ-te]
the quality of serous fluids.

se·ros·i·ty

(se-ros'i-tē),
1. A serous fluid or a serum.
2. The condition of being serous.
3. The serous quality of a liquid.

se·ros·i·ty

(sēr-os'i-tē)
The condition of being serous or watery.
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The most important feature of such sores is the absence of symptoms, the patient hardly knowing about these lesions, but they are very contagious, because the serosity that covers the sores is rich in Treponema pallidum.