verb (used with object), de·fi·bri·nat·ed, de·fi·bri·nat·ing. Medicine/Medical.
to remove fibrin from (blood).
Origin of defibrinate
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I should say there is no doubt that it had been artificially treated—probably by defibrination.The Red Thumb Mark
R. Austin Freeman
The removal of fibrin from blood.
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