serofibrinous


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serofibrinous

[¦si·rō′fī·brə·nəs]
(physiology)
Composed of serum and fibrin.
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Varying quantities of serofibrinous exudates were accumulated on air sac and fibrin accumulation on liver and heart, and haemorrhages on kidney were also noticed in this group.
Paparella et al (1972) reported the presence of serofibrinous and inflammatory cells in the cochlea of mostly adult patients with chronic suppurative otitis media, (4) they thought that clinically observed sensorineural hearing loss result from inflammatory and immunological effect.
Some birds showed infraorbital sinusitis with serous or fibrinous exudates and catarrhal tracheitis, whereas others presented with serofibrinous airsacculitis and splenomegaly.
Four of the samples showed fibrinous pneumonia with serofibrinous fluid and an inflammatory cell infiltrate consisting mainly of lymphocytes in the alveoli (Figure, panel C) and bronchioles (Figure, panel D).
Histological examination of the control group 4 days after ulceration (as well as the vehicle-treated controls) showed that the deep ulcer craters had superficial loss of substance, with the denuded mucosa covered by serofibrinous exudates.
We also cope with some of the forms of diffuse peritonitis (serous, serofibrinous, hemorrhagic) almost without problems.