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to make thick or thicker, especially through evaporation or condensation

Synonyms for inspissate

make viscous or dense


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Out of 18 ears treated, by 7th day, 9 ears were completely cured both clinically and parasitologically with complete relief from aural discharge, inspissated pus, ulcerations, excess cerumen, otalgia and head shaking.
17,18) Inspissated, proteinaceous secretions associated with chronic obstructive non-fungal sinus disease may also demonstrate increased attenuation on unenhanced CT and very low signal intensity on both T1- and T2-weighted MR images.
As no pathological findings were noticed in the fresh swim bladder graft the inspissated pus near the graft might be due to the failure of aseptic precautions during reconstruction.
20,21 Theories regarding pathogenesis of pancreatitis in SLE include pancreatic vascular events (thrombosis and vasculitis), inspissated secretions attributed to corticosteroids and necrotising pancreatitis.
The acinar-follicular spaces may be filled with inspissated material that mimics thyroid gland colloid.
The surgical causes of prolonged neonatal jaundice include BA, hypoplasia of bile ducts, inspissated bile ducts, choledochal cysts and spontaneous bile duct perforation.
Developed by InnoPharma, Acetylcysteine Solution, USP, is prescribed as adjuvant therapy for patients with abnormal, viscid, or inspissated mucous secretions in conditions that include chronic bronchopulmonary disease, acute bronchopulmonary disease, pulmonary complications of cystic fibrosis and post-traumatic chest ailments.
It is well known that patients who die in status asthmaticus do so with their bronchial trees completely blocked with inspissated mucus.
It is a mass of inspissated faecal material that forms around a foreign body in the appendix, growing slowly with the deposition of successive laminae, sometimes with calcification3.
2) Stercoral ulceration and perforation due to pressure necrosis from a hard, inspissated fecal mass is an uncommon but life-threatening complication requiring resection of the affected colonic segment?
ETT]) include inspissated secretions, complex aggregation of micro-organisms (biofilms) and biting or bending of the tube3,4.
3] was added to the LJ medium, with or without antibiotics, dissolved by stirring and then aliquoted and inspissated once for 50 minutes at 80 [degrees]C.
Appendicoliths are composed of inspissated faecal material, mucus with trapped calcium phosphate and inorganic salts.
Additionally, the unconjugated bilirubin may have caused inspissated bile syndrome, which could also explain the conjugated bilirubinemia in these patients.
Classical approach to this problem is to perform in-house surgical meibomian gland expression, using two cotton-tip applicators and applying manual pressure to the glands of the lower lids, expressing the opaque, inspissated and staph-laden material.