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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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Thus, during the year cycle the spring shortage of clotting potencies and anticoagulants activity of blood are characteristic for the homeostasis system as well as the increasing of coagulative potencies of plasma.
Infarction-like coagulative necrosis and admixed apoptotic bodies are very common findings (2).
Indeed, this includes surgical, chemical or coagulative treatments (including a range of inhibitors of vascular endothelial growth and other materials) and it is wise to have some understanding of these procedures, particularly for the occasions patients present to practice having received these treatments.
Parker, AP, Reynolds, PA, Lewis, AL, Hughes, L, "Semi-Continuous Emulsion Co-Polymerisation of Methylmethacrylate and Butylacrylate using Zwitterionic Surfactants as Emulsifiers: Evidence of Coagulative Nucleation Above the Critical Micelle Concentration.
RFA induces cell death by what is called "thermal coagulative necrosis of tumor tissues.
Microscopic examination showed severe, acute, necrotizing pneumonia and interstitial subacute to chronic pneumonitis with arteritis (mostly associated with lungworms); multiple foci of acute coagulative necrosis in the liver; and mild, multifocal, non-suppurative meningitis.
The intense heat generated by the focused ultrasound causes protein denaturation, irreversible cell damage and coagulative necrosis at specific target locations.
Intra-aortic balloon pump-induced pulsatile flow reduces coagulative and fibrinolytic response to cardiopulmonary bypass.
Thermal injury causes instant coagulative necrosis, which rapidly becomes a favourable niche for bacterial colonisation and proliferation.