[ koh-ag-yuh-luhm ]
/ koʊˈæg yə ləm /
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noun, plural co·ag·u·la [koh-ag-yuh-luh]. /koʊˈæg yə lə/.
any coagulated mass; precipitate; clump; clot.
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How to use coagulum in a sentence
By this means the force of the circulation is diminished and the formation of coagula favoured.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
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.A Manual of the Operations of Surgery|Joseph Bell
If examined, the uterine veins will be found filled with coagula for some distance.
Fibrinous coagula and polypous concretions may be found in the cavities of the heart.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse|United States Department of Agriculture
British Dictionary definitions for coagulum
/ (kəʊˈæɡjʊləm) /
noun plural -la (-lə)
any coagulated mass; clot; curd
Word Origin for coagulum
C17: from Latin: curdling agent; see coagulate
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