colliquative


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colliquative

(kəˈlɪkwətɪv)
adj
capable of liquefaction or dissolution
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RNAII for injection, one kind of immunomodulator, can improve body immunity and inhibit tumor by causing vacuolar degeneration and colliquative necrosis in tumor cells as well as generating large amounts of hyperplastic fibroblasts, macrophages, lymphocytes or even connective tissue to substitute tumor tissue.
Later it states, rejecting reported cases of cures, that 'when the spitting of true purulent matter is come on, and is attended with colliquative sweats and a diarrhoea, there is no further hope for the patient; and in general, what is reported of the curing of consumptions, is founded on errors, and other cases have been mistaken for it'.