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exudation

[‚ek·syə′dā·shən]
(chemical engineering)

exudation

Any liquid or liquid-like material which oozes through a pore, crack, or opening in a concrete surface.
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By 2006, a Turkish research group was making progress in this area, studying 30 patients with exudative macular degeneration, 30 with dry macular degeneration, and 30 healthy controls.
The results from their study may not be directly comparable to our study, as these investigators included patients with serous/ exudative detachment of retinal pigment epithelium (ICD-9-CM 362.
1) proposed as diagnostic criteria for exudative effusion that the pleural-fluid-to-serum total protein ratio be >0.
Pleural fluid analysis an exudative picture with numerous red cells with leukocyte count of 1900 mm3 and pleural fluid cytology exhibited malignant plasma cells (Figure 2).
The characteristic feature was a predominance of alterative and exudative changes with the absence of a productive component of inflammation or its minimal manifestation (Fig.
INTRODUCTION: Exudative ('wet') age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) is the major cause of blindness in Western developed countries.
In a case-control study in Wisconsin that included 67 patients with exudative (wet) age-related macular degeneration (AMD), 75 patients with non-exudative (dry) AMD, and age- and gender-matched controls, the mean serum DHEA concentration (measured as DHEA-S) was significantly lower in patients with either type of AMD than in controls (p = 0.
They cause either an aseptic reaction without significant symptoms or an exudative reaction which results in early but nonspecific symptoms.
Despite a strict control program for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in human medicine in the Netherlands, MRSA was cultured from exudative epidermitis lesions of 4 piglets on a breeding farm, 20 pigs on a supplier farm, and 2 workers on these farms.
For the exudative (wet) form, current proven treatments include thermal laser photocoagulation, verteporfin photodynamic therapy, and Macugen injections.
Postcardiac injury syndrome is characterized by pleuritic chest pain, low-grade fever, an abnormal chest x-ray, and the presence of exudative pericardial and/or pleural effusions.