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exudation

[‚ek·syə′dā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
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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.
Typical signs of this disorder include avascular areas in the peripheral retina detectable by fluorescein angiography due to abnormal congenital angiogenesis that can cause early-onset neovascularization, falciform folds, lipid exudation, and tractional retinal detachment [1,2].
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.
Very few things like to be near wormwood or pittosporum, which seem to have exudations that are unpleasant to other plants." Most glossy leaved evergreens have substances on their leaves to prevent weed germination, but we can use these as a barrier, he says.
Lumpen, comic, and scatological, bronze fetishes like Bourgeois's Janus Fleuri, 1968, and Benglis's Eat Meat, 1969, rhymed with exudations like Soft Landscape III, in plastic (Bourgeois, 1967), and Karen, in colored wax and plaster (Benglis, 1972).
This could result from release of small amounts of secretion or could be residual from previous exudations; either way it is possible that visually inconspicuous repellents were secreted by the test harvestmen in this study.
These exudations, called honey dew, are most commonly seen when aphid infestations drip the sticky stuff onto cars, patios, etc.
Putrefaction could then well be a preferred state because of the intensity of its exudations. The title "Smell of the Guest" signifies not only how the guest smells but also what he smells.
ETDRS score, central macular thickness (CMT), macular volume, subfoveal choroidal thickness, the maximum height of the PED (from the Bruch's membrane to the posterior surface of the pigmentary epithelium), the presence of intraretinal fluid (IRF), subretinal fluid (SRF), subretinal hyperreflective exudations (SHE), and disruption of the IS/OS (Inner/ Outer segment) zone were collected.
Physical force theory of sap movement and exudation
c) Exudation: The degree of exudation at the site of repair was graded on 1-4 scale as per method of Bigbie et al.