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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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The last three patients in the series--who received the highest concentrated dose of ultrasound waves--showed complete coagulative necrosis in 75% of the targeted area.
B, The center of the lesion is composed of sheets of large polygonal cells, with foci of coagulative necrosis resulting in a vaguely granulomatous appearance.
Myocardium as well as muscles from pelvis and back legs revealed coagulative necrosis areas (rhabdomyolysis), with increased CPK, LDH and AST levels.
In addition, endothelial damage leads to ischemia, thrombosis and coagulative necrosis, synergizing cell death.
3); and tissue fibrosis, cell coagulative necrosis and hemorrhage have been observed (Fig.
A biopsy analysis of the mass revealed fragments of squamous mucosa that exhibited a dense, expansile, pleomorphic lymphoid infiltrate with an angiocentric growth pattern and prominent coagulative necrosis.
Coagulative necrosis and cavitation with edema of the neuropile and degradation of cells were detected in the damaged area.
Histology results reveal coagulative necrosis of the epidermis and sometimes superficial dermis and follicular epithelium with dermal vesicular degeneration that can result in edema, subepidermal vesicles, thrombosis, infarction, sloughing of necrotic tissues, and secondary bacterial infection.
Dense fibrous tissue was present with a large area of coagulative necrosis with areas of haemorrhage.
Only 2 swans exhibited multifocal to coalescent foci of coagulative necrosis in the pancreas.
Percutaneous ethanol injection utilizes direct injection of absolute ethanol into the tumor, resulting in dehydration of cells and protein degradation with coagulative necrosis of the tumor and surrounding tissue.
It is coagulative and permits incisional biopsies after treatment, especially when performed laparoscopically.
Abnormal pathologic alterations, including severe coagulative necrosis, were observed in both animals.
The technology, known as magnetic resonance-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS), induces coagulative necrosis of fibroids through thermoablation.
1999; International Life Sciences Institute 1997; and this report) found necrosis ranging from single-cell necrosis to small clusters of necrotic hepatocytes, and to occasional panlobular coagulative necrosis in mice receiving 1.