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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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(2) However, tumors with high-grade nuclei, sarcomatoid change, or coagulative necrosis may have high risk (70%) for metastasis and need more radical treatment.
The liver had a panacinar acute hepatocellular swelling and multiple small foci (3 to 40 cells) of coagulative necrosis of hepatocyte located in zone 3 and periacinar zone.
As mentioned by Schmid, (10) there are several other factors which are important for prognosis, such as mitotic count rate, extensive coagulative necrosis, depth of myometrial invasion, serum beta-hCG level >1000 mIU/ml, age >35 years, and interval between antecedent pregnancy >2 years.
Epididymo-orchitis characterized by coagulative and liquefactive caused by Salmonella spp.
In cases of malignant biliary obstruction with stent placement, radiofrequency ablation (RFA) causes coagulative necrosis of tumor tissue to prevent tumor ingrowth and epithelial hyperplasia; this leads to improved biliary stent patency (1,2).
In tamanu oil treated mice, wounds were partially recovered with existence of coagulative necrosis region on epidermis and vascular congestion, swollen stromal tissue, and no matured hair follicles.
There is no evidence of mitotic activity, and nuclear pleomorphism and coagulative tumor necrosis are absent (Table 1).
The histopathological criteria for diagnosing uterine LMS include the presence of moderate-to-severe cytologic atypia, a high mitotic index ([greater than or equal to] 10 per 10 high-power field), and evidence of coagulative tumor cell necrosis.
The patient also exhibited metabolic abnormalities, with lactate levels of 7.8 mmol/l, and severe coagulative disorders.
Foci of fat necrosis, coagulative necrosis, and rare foci of vasculitis involving small- to medium-sized vessels resulting luminal occlusion were also evident, as well as foci of RBC extravasation.
Common prognostic factors are size of the lesion, location, and histological features such as presence of coagulative necrosis, mitotic count, and nuclear atypia.