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to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

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change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state

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cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

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transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass

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Grade 4: Seminiferous tubules that were closely packed with coagulative necrosis of the germinal cells (19).
Indeed, this includes surgical, chemical or coagulative treatments (including a range of inhibitors of vascular endothelial growth and other materials) and it is wise to have some understanding of these procedures, particularly for the occasions patients present to practice having received these treatments.
When the partially rectified current is turned on, blood vessel will coagulate, which will make unnecessary coagulative contraction.
Parker, AP, Reynolds, PA, Lewis, AL, Hughes, L, "Semi-Continuous Emulsion Co-Polymerisation of Methylmethacrylate and Butylacrylate using Zwitterionic Surfactants as Emulsifiers: Evidence of Coagulative Nucleation Above the Critical Micelle Concentration.
Areas of geographic coagulative type necrosis were evident.
RFA induces cell death by what is called "thermal coagulative necrosis of tumor tissues.
The intense heat generated by the focused ultrasound causes protein denaturation, irreversible cell damage and coagulative necrosis at specific target locations.
Rats administered DOX showed typical myocardial toxicity in a form of myocardial muscle coagulative necrosis with focal areas of fibrosis, vascular dilatation and congestion, valves edema, and massive mononuclear cellular infiltration.
Intra-aortic balloon pump-induced pulsatile flow reduces coagulative and fibrinolytic response to cardiopulmonary bypass.
Thermal injury causes instant coagulative necrosis, which rapidly becomes a favourable niche for bacterial colonisation and proliferation.
cruzi, CP treatment induces a chronic diffuse myocarditis, characterized by focal fibrinoid, coagulative and lytic necrosis with fiber disintegration associated with a mononuclear infiltrate; without CP treatment, T.