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clot

[klät]
(physiology)
A semisolid coagulum of blood or lymph.
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The macroscopic examination includes analyzing the parameters of coagulum formation, liquefaction, volume, viscosity, appearance, odor, and pH.
The presence of an insoluble coagulum has been observed in the latex emulsion after treatment in all of our successful tests.
If the first portion containing the spermatozoa and prostatic secretions is lost, the coagulum will fail to liquefy, the pH will be increased, and the sperm concentration will be decreased.
The THERMOCOOL([R]) Irrigated Tip Catheter technology is designed to maintain safe tip-to-tissue temperatures, ultimately reducing the risk of coagulum and char from high-temperature ablation.
Coagulum fractions were determined gravimetrically by collecting the residue formed on the filter sieve, reactor wall and stirrer.
The most common adverse events in patients treated with PEM were retained coagulum, leg pain and superficial thrombophlebitis; most were related to treatment and resolved without sequelae.
The amount of coagulum after the polymerizations was measured by screening out the coagulum using a stainless steel screen (125 mesh).
7) They found that in 56% of the tubes, the luminal material was made up of eosinophilic coagulum that had been infiltrated by leukocytes.
Prostatic fluid is acidic, rich in zinc and citric acid, and provides the enzymes for formation of the coagulum.
The coagulum produced by such wet mixing step, with or without intermediate processing steps, is then mixed with additional elastomer in a dry mixing step to form the elastomer composite.
Its primary characteristics include low coagulum, small particle size and excellent mechanical, thermal and electrolyte stability.
The prostatic function of PSA is to liquefy the sperm-entrapping seminal coagulum after ejaculation (3).