Definition of Coagulability

1. n. The quality of being coagulable; capacity of being coagulated.



Definition of Coagulability

1. Noun. The ability to coagulate, of being coagulable ¹

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Definition of Coagulability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coagulability

coagent
coagents
coagglutination
coagglutinin
coaggregation
coagment
coagmentation
coagmentations
coagmented
coagmenting
coagments
coagonist
coagonists
coagula
coagulabilities
coagulability (current term)
coagulable
coagulant
coagulants
coagulase
coagulases
coagulate
coagulated
coagulates
coagulating
coagulation
coagulation factor
coagulation factor XI
coagulation necrosis
coagulation profile

Literary usage of Coagulability

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"On the Influence of Carbonic Acid and Oxygen upon the coagulability of the Blood in Vivo." By AE WRIGHT, MD (Dubl.), Professor of Pathology, Army Medical ..."

2. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1922)
"From certain experimental evidence it seems that the substance is neither cholin nor ordinary peptone." coagulability of the Blood. ..."

3. The Journal of Physiology by Physiological Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"THE coagulability OF THE BLOOD OF ALBINOS. BY JW PICKERING, D.Sc. (Lond.), George Henry Laves Student. THE recent researches of Prof. ..."

4. Experimental Researches Applied to Physiology and Pathology by Charles-Edouard Brown-SeÌq̂uard (1853)
"I have observed a curious fact, which shows that blood may possess a very great coagulability although exposed to the action of cold. ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1841)
"Acidity of the Menstrual Secretion the cause of its non-coagulability. ... and has asserted that its non-coagulability depends oil the presence of free ..."

6. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1900)
"blood coagulability also deserved to be borne in mind in connection with the treatment of phlebitis and all other conditions where spontaneous coagulation ..."

7. Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Including Pharmacy and Pharmacology by Reynold Webb Wilcox (1917)
"Poisonous doses of mercury increase the fluidity of the blood, impair its coagulability, and diminish its solids. Phosphorus may also prevent the blood from ..."

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