The skin is smooth, tense, and glossy, and presents here and there blisters filled with serous fluid.
Later there exudes from the stab a flow of yellow, serous fluid.
A frothy, serous fluid flowed continuously from the cavity of the mouth, the nostrils and ears.
The pleural cavities commonly contain a serous fluid, or, in rare cases, a copious effusion of blood.
A disease of the skin, in which large vesicles or blisters filled with a serous fluid, develop themselves.
Lameness increases, serous fluid is effused between the horn and sensitive part, or even hæmorrhage may take place.'
It secretes a serous fluid which keeps the inner surfaces moist.
When in consequence of the sealing of the ostium the tube becomes distended with serous fluid it is termed hydrosalpinx.
Occasionally the tunic of peritoneum surrounding the ovary becomes distended with serous fluid.
The cellular tissue exhales a serous fluid, and when it becomes excessive in quantity, general dropsy is produced.
serous fluid n.
Any of various body fluids resembling serum, especially lymph.