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Synonyms for exude

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

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make apparent by one's mood or behavior

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Homocysteine levels were significantly higher in both macular degeneration groups compared with controls in this study, tending to be higher in the exudative group.
Incidence of Exudative Age-Related Macular Degeneration Among Elderly Americans.
With knowledge of the marked increase and near absence of inflammatory and cellular responses in exudative and transudative effusions, respectively, we hypothesize that the cell-free DNA concentration in pleural fluid would be increased in exudative pleural effusions and that measurement of the DNA concentration in pleural fluid may aid in the classification of pleural effusions.
Similar to a recent case report describing INH-induced pleural effusion, (6) an exudative effusion was revealed on each thoracentesis procedure.
An extensive exudative reaction in the form of serous-fibrinous pneumonia or fibrinous-purulent pneumonia with predominance of neutrophilic leucocytes was detected at the peripheries of caseous foci.
In June 2006, a Dutch farmer contacted the Pig Health Unit of the Veterinary Faculty of Utrecht University about an outbreak of exudative epidermitis among his swine.
An 82-year-old Caucasian male with a history of hypertension, dyslipidemia, and cigarette smoking was referred to the Pulmonary Clinic for evaluation of a persistent, left-sided, exudative pleural effusion.
If you have a 16-year-old with exudative pharyngitis, you get a CBC and you've got 30% atypical lymphocytosis, don't go any further," she said.
The choice of ointment or cream depends on the severity of the condition: Cream works well on skin that itches but has no exudative erosions, while the ointment is indicated for painful, inflamed, eroded skin.
Also, inflammation of the peritoneum can contribute to production of a more exudative fluid, which is less adequately absorbed by the peritoneum.
The acute exudative inflammatory phase of a nonspecific inflammation is marked by swelling and the presence of fetid debris.
5) in diagnosing two otherwise undetected malignant exudative effusions; conversely, the criteria of Light et al.
Further Eye Co products are in development for related exudative and inflammatory conditions, with additional patents pending in key target markets.
There were also several referrals made to the hospital eye service during the Paralympics for conditions such as retinal detachment, exudative macular degeneration, corneal ulcer, macular oedema, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and orbital cellulitis.
Excessive fat deposition within the body and the occurrence of pale, soft and exudative (PSE) meat are two major problems with poultry production (Zerehdaran et al.