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clot

[klät]
(physiology)
A semisolid coagulum of blood or lymph.
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Improvement of cellularity on cell block preparations using the so-called tissue coagulum clot method during endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial fine-needle aspiration.
Moreover, all of the nanocomposites were coagulum free, revealing that favorable dispersion of the reinforcing agents within the copolymer was obtained without agglomeration.
The combination of mechanical energy and heat which is generated causes the denaturation of proteins and forming of coagulum which seals small blood vessels.
The end-user will see a smaller particle size, tighter particle size distribution, good freeze-thaw stability, excellent mechanical and chemical stability, lower coagulum, and lower foaming.
The closure of the alveolus with mucoderm[R] punch stabilizes the blood coagulum, protects the alveolus from contaminations, and supports the preservation of the soft tissue contour.
2-5 mg/ml that liquefies the seminal coagulum after ejaculation (4,5).
In view of the above-mentioned aspects, it was pertinent to conduct a comparative experimental study on optical density around the zirconia granules used as graft and compare them with the capacities of coagulum for 7, 14, 30, and 60 days using a direct digital radiography system.
Incidentally latex product manufacturing factories too, generate high volumes of formulated latex waste, which is known as dipping tank coagulum (DTC).
Water is added slowly during water reduction to avoid a large regional solvent composition change which causes the formation of more coagulum and leads to visible cloudiness indicating large aggregates.
There was a dark coagulum surrounding the circumcision site and the urethral meatus was not visible (Figure 4).
In general, these granulomas had a core coagulum of necrotic debris surrounded by a zone of epithelioid macrophages and multinucleated giant cells admixed with fewer mononuclear cells and heterophils (Fig 5).