- fibrin calculus,
- fibrin/fibrinogen degradation product,
Origin of fibrin
Examples from the Web for fibrinous
Still again, the inflammation may be so changed as to make a fibrinous flow to this second series of bladders.
If the joint is opened, fibrinous material, often in the form of melon-seed bodies, may be found lining the synovial membrane.
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
This accomplished, with a pair of scissors the fibrinous tumors were snipped off.The Dog|Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
The superficial deposit consists, to a great part, of them and the fibrinous exudation.