Definition of Coagulations
1. coagulation [n] - See also: coagulation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coagulations
Literary usage of Coagulations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Diseases of the ear in childhood: By Dr. Gustav Alexander, Tr. by Arthur J by Gustav Alexander, Arthur Joseph Bedell (1914)
"Minute, cobweb-like coagulations of spinal fluid in tuberculous meningitis in a ... In meningitis there are fibrinous coagulations in the course of six to ..."
2. Biochemical Catalysts in Life and Industry by Jean Effront (1917)
"But with fresh milk, we find that the long coagulations which can be still obtained at 40°, compared with the short coagulations obtained at the same ..."
3. The New York Medical Times (1896)
"Vascular thromboses may be designated as follows: I. Coagulations caused by ... Coagulations caused primarily by vascular alterations produced by some ..."
4. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Wilhelm Olivier von Leube (1904)
"If the coagulations are expectorated with very violent efforts of cough, all these symptoms disappear, to recur upon the repetition of the coagulations, ..."
5. A Text-book of Physiology: For Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1907)
"Precipitates produced in this way by heating solutions of proteins are spoken of as coagulations—heat coagulations—and the exact temperature at which ..."
6. A Text-book of Physiology for Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1905)
"... of as coagulations—heat coagulations—and the exact temperature at which coagulation occurs is to a certain extent characteristic for each proteid. ..."