exudation[ eks-yoo-dey-shuh n, ek-suh-, eg-zuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exudation
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXUDATION
The synovial membrane is thickened and there is an exudation of serum.
As in croup, part of the exudation or false membrane is often coughed up; sometimes it peels off from the tonsils.
This event also depends upon the quantity and quality of the exudation.
Trees which are attacked by the borer have an exudation of gum about the crown.
The exudation may, as in iritis, be serous, plastic or purulent.
It dissolves in nitroglycerine and liquid nitro-body, preventing their exudation.
It is at times the exudation of a venomous idea, and it penetrates like a vapour.
The Master embraced him in spite of prohibition, and His body was stained with the exudation, at which Santan grieved.
This humid "exudation of fine-grained stones in summer" would not sound abnormal if it were called condensation.
When fetor exists, as during the detachment of patches of exudation, antiseptic and detergent sprays may be employed.
1610s, from Late Latin exudationem/exsudationem, noun of action from neuter past participle of exudere/exsudere (see exude). Related: Exudate (n.).