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Fibrinous

Correct spelling for fibrinous

Medical definition of fibrinous:

Relating to or composed of fibrin.

Usage examples for fibrinous:

  • Many of these cases are associated with a fibrinous pleurisy. "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle, – U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler"
  • The tunica vaginalis, like the serous spermatic tube, may, in consequence of inflammatory fibrinous effusion, become sacculated- multilocular, in which case, if a hydrocele form, the position of the testis will vary accordingly. "Surgical Anatomy, – Joseph Maclise"
  • It will also be noticed that the space immediately outside of and around the artery, vein, and air tube is similarly broadened by fibrinous deposits. "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle, – U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler"
  • A babe fed on farinaceous food alone would certainly die of starvation, for, " up to six or seven months of age, infants have not the power of digesting farinaceous or fibrinous substances"- Dr Letheby on Food. "Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children, – Pye Henry Chavasse"

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