The process of transudatation is due to increased pressure in the veins and capillaries pressure forcing fluid through the vessel walls or low levels of protein in the serum.
An exudate is any fluid that filters from the circulatory system into lesions or areas of inflammation. When an injury occurs, leaving skin exposed, it leaks out of the blood vessels and into nearby tissues.
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of photoinitiators from PE blends, we have designed the following experiment: (i) the sheets or films of PE samples containing different photoinitiator were put into an oven at the temperature of 75 [ or -] 0.
Exudates in the retina are opacities that result from the escape of plasma and white blood cells from defective blood vessels.
They usually look greyish-white or yellowish and are circular or ovoid in shape.
A liquid or semisolid which has been discharged through the tissues to the surface or into a cavity.For example, the specific gravity of the transudate is usually less than 1.012 and a protein content of less than 2 g/100 m L (2 g%).