Origin of exudation
Examples from the Web for exudative
The tissue changes are oedema, the formation of exudative patches, and haemorrhage.
Ascites or exudative peritonitis is present in about one-half of the cases of cancer of the liver.
The tendency of children with exudative diathesis to develop scurvy is perhaps still another manifestation of vascular weakness.
Similar phenomena occur even in the case of other than exudative affections of the skin.
In both scurvy and in exudative diathesis eczema and petechial hemorrhages are encountered.
British Dictionary definitions for exudative
Word Origin and History for exudative
1610s, from Late Latin exudationem/exsudationem, noun of action from neuter past participle of exudere/exsudere (see exude). Related: Exudate (n.).