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coagulate

the solid or semisolid substance produced by coagulation
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Photomicrograph of the skeletal muscle showing coagulative necrosis (circle).
Larger foci of coagulative necrosis were also present but uncommon.
The technologies work by altering the epidermis and dermis, either by full field treatment or fractionated delivery of coagulative or ablative injury, thereby inducing regrowth of new epidermis and growth of new collagen and elastin in the dermis.
Histological examination of the resected bowel showed extensive, acute, full-thickness haemorrhagic coagulative necrosis with no significant inflammation or organisation.
14 It is done by applying coagulative current into the mucosa of the turbinates.
Animals subjected to IR showed extensive areas of coagulative hepatic necrosis with disruption of hepatic cords and haemorrhage randomly distributed throughout the hepatic parenchyma.
The basic concept is that volumetric thermal ablation results in coagulative necrosis.
Cytologic atypia, coagulative tumor cell necrosis, increased mitoses with a low Ki-67 index and the absence of high cellularity indicate a low tumor cell proliferative state and the benign nature of these lesions.
Although in idiopathic and symptomatic epidural varicosis, some authors proposed coagulative ablation, the preferred approach is surgical resection of the varicose vein (as we did) and generally, long-term favourable outcomes have been reported.
Microscopic lesions are most commonly seen in the liver, with coagulative necrotic areas and infiltration of mononuclear cells.
The papillary dermis showed some coagulative necrosis beneath the blister.
The most frequent lesion observed in placentas at lower hemoglobin concentration is infarct, characterized by aggregation of the villi with marked narrowing, often obliteration of the intervillous space and coagulative necrosis of the villi11-12.