[ kŏl′ĭ-kwā′shən ]
Excessive discharge of fluid.
Softening of tissue.
Degeneration of tissue to a liquid state.
- collins, wilkie,
- collins, william,
- colliquative necrosis,
- collision course,
- collision density
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Examples from the Web for colliquation
Fire is the cause of induration, but respective to clay; fire is the cause of colliquation, but respective to wax.The Advancement of Learning|Francis Bacon