Serous tumours, of which 50% are usually seen in women <40 years of age,  develop by invagination of the surface epithelium of the ovary and secrete serous fluid
Performance evaluation and result comparison of the automated hematology analyzers Abbott CD 3700, Sysmex XE 2100 and Coulter LH 750 for cell counts in serous fluids
Negative suction closure leads to constant drainage of serous fluid
which is more prone to infection.
It provides protection to the organs of the pleura, pertitoneum, and pericardium by secreting serous fluid
which acts as a lubricant.
The cyst roof was punctured and about 150 mL of serous fluid
was aspirated and sent for culture and cytological examination (bacteriological cultures and cytological examination of the fluid were negative).
A large amount of intraperitoneal serous fluid
was found and suctioned.
Acute bursitis is treated by aspiration of the serous fluid
and administration of hydrocortisone into the bursa to suppress inflammation.
Perform culture for herpes virus from serous fluid
If she has a seroma, which by definition is a "pocket of clear serous fluid
," then why is it still swollen with no more fluid is draining?
Name laboratory findings that aid in identifying a serous fluid
as a transudate or exudate.
Fine-needle aspiration cytology of the suboccipital mass was reported as serous fluid
containing inflammatory cells, including neutrophils.
8) As OMT is a serous fluid
rich in immunoglubulins (IgG, IgM and IgA), it is possible to test for antibodies induced by infections of public health importance such as hepatitis A virus (HAV), HBV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), (7,9,10) human papillomavirus type 1611 and many others.
Other comprehensive examinations described here include cerebrospinal fluid, semen, synovial fluid, serous fluid
, amniotic fluid and feces.
It contains serous fluid
, typically between 15 mLs and 50 mLs.