But that leak to the Washington Post was a sign, I suppose, that they're going to put some serous political capital into this.
With the movements of the joint many of the tumours become detached and lie in the serous exudate excited by their presence.
Hemorrhages are found in the mucous, serous or muscular layers.
This is a constitutional inflammatory affection of the joints, affecting the fibrous tissue and serous, or synovial membrane.
The stools are at first semisolid, and then are watery and serous.
There was never anything in this case to lead to the suspicion of peritoneal or other serous hemorrhage.
The internal coat is serous, and also similar to that of the arteries.
The old, and by far the most satisfactory way of dealing with this serous (watery) abscess is to make a free cut into it.
The exudation may, as in iritis, be serous, plastic or purulent.
The patient has the symptoms resulting from dilatation,dyspnea and serous effusion.
serous se·rous (sēr'əs)
Containing, secreting, or resembling serum.