Samson observed an instance in which a fibrinous effusion formed upon the sciatic nerve, with consequent pain.
This accomplished, with a pair of scissors the fibrinous tumors were snipped off.
fibrinous casts are characteristic of fibrinous bronchitis, but may also be found in diphtheria of the smaller bronchi.
Many of these cases are associated with a fibrinous pleurisy.
The vesicles soon undergo rupture, and the resulting ulcers coalesce and become covered with a fibrinous exudation.
Still again, the inflammation may be so changed as to make a fibrinous flow to this second series of bladders.
Some fibrinous exudation may even organize into a membrane stretching across, and more or less completely occluding, the pupil.
fibrinous coagula and polypous concretions may be found in the cavities of the heart.
Sometimes the valves become covered by fibrinous, fleshy, or hard vegetations, or excrescences.
Subpleural hemorrhages, thickening of the pleura, purulent or fibrinous pleurisy are common lesions.
fibrin fi·brin (fī'brĭn)
An elastic, insoluble, whitish protein derived from fibrinogen by the action of thrombin and forming an interlacing fibrous network in the coagulation of blood.