disseminated intravascular coagulation
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Normally, coagulation takes place in two to eight minutes after the blood leaves the vessels.
Coagulation is notably delayed in hemophilia and icterus and after administration of citric acid.
It is also obtained by the use of rennet, and the process of curding milk is simply the coagulation of its caseine.Elements of Agricultural Chemistry|Thomas Anderson
Quartz, containing disseminated hematitic iron-ore and copper pyrites.