disseminated


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dis·sem·i·nat·ed

 (dĭ-sĕm′ə-nā′tĭd)
adj.
Spread over a large area of a body, tissue, or organ.
Translations

dis·sem·i·nat·ed

a. diseminado-a, difundido-a;
___ intravascular coagulationcoagulación intravascular ___.
References in classic literature ?
Still, while these principles were being rapidly disseminated many errors and illusory fears proved less easy to eradicate.
As the missletoe is disseminated by birds, its existence depends on birds; and it may metaphorically be said to struggle with other fruit-bearing plants, in order to tempt birds to devour and thus disseminate its seeds rather than those of other plants.
Nothing, we are told, could exceed the implicit and affectionate devotion of the Indian converts to the Jesuit fathers, and the Catholic faith was disseminated widely through the wilderness.
From the spot on which they had placed themselves the two new guests of the Image-de-Notre-Dame heard the ever-increasing hubbub of the tide of people, and lost neither a cry nor a gesture of the drinkers, at tables in the cabaret, or disseminated in the chambers.
I immediately had the news disseminated and the map was exhibited.
All this was mixed, broken, floating, disseminated confusedly in her thought.
The common dock is also widely disseminated, and will, I fear, for ever remain a proof of the rascality of an Englishman, who sold the seeds for those of the tobacco plant.
Bred at first, as many physical diseases are, in the wickedness of men, and then disseminated in their ignorance, these epidemics, after a period, get communicated to many sufferers who are neither ignorant nor wicked.
A total of 15 holes for 2,000 metres are planned at Bellellen to test the relationship between the disseminated style of cobalt mineralization identified in 2017 and the vein style mineralization that was traditionally mined in the Cobalt Camp.
This article describes a retrospective review of 112 women who were admitted to Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, from January 1975 through December 2008 and given a diagnosis of disseminated infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
Blood PCR for HSV is useful in ruling in neonatal disseminated HSV infection, which includes CNS disease in 60%-75% of cases.
We report the first indigenous case of disseminated histoplasmosis in Taiwan diagnosed by histopathology of bone marrow, microbiologic morphology, and PCR assay of the isolated fungus.