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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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Postoperative pathology revealed grayish, white, and dark-red tissue, with massive fibrinous exudation and necrosis.
Retinal periphlebitis may occur in 5-36% of cases, presenting with exudation and vascular sheathing due to the accumulation of irflammatory cells.
Moreover, the malphigian corpuscles did not show any exudation of plasma into subcellular spaces.
c) Exudation: The degree of exudation at the site of repair was graded on 1-4 scale as per method of Bigbie et al.
My natural history interest is plant galls; many of these contain insects, and produce sweet, honeydew like, exudations.
Very few things like to be near wormwood or pittosporum, which have exudations that are unpleasant to other plants.
Very few things like to be near wormwood or pittosporum, which seem to have exudations that are unpleasant to other plants.
While exudations from the wound can help keep the area moist and provide important substances to aid in healing, too much exudate can actually hinder the process.