The coagula were numerous, and the superficial ones, quite hard and cartilaginous.
By this means the force of the circulation is diminished and the formation of coagula favoured.
Both above and below this, for several inches, the vein was filled with coagula, which effectually obliterated it.
If examined, the uterine veins will be found filled with coagula for some distance.
The true explanation of the way in which coagula form round pus in the veins has already been given.
Thence result the formation of coagula in the congested vessels and deposits of pigmentary matter.
Care must be taken lest it be closed up by coagula during the first hour or two after the operation.
coagulum co·ag·u·lum (kō-āg'yə-ləm)
n. pl. co·ag·u·la (-lə)
A clot; a curd.
A soft insoluble mass formed when a sol or liquid is coagulated.