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fi·brin

 (fī′brĭn)
n.
An elastic, insoluble, whitish protein produced by the action of thrombin on fibrinogen and forming an interlacing fibrous network in the coagulation of blood.

fi′brin·ous adj.
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fibrinous

(ˈfɪbrɪnəs)
adj
(Biochemistry) of, containing, or resembling fibrin
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Adj.1.fibrinous - characterized by the presence of fibrin
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fi·brin·ous

a. fibrinoso-a, fibroso-a.
1. rel. a la naturaleza de una fibra;
2. semejante a un hilo;
___ bronchitisbronquitis ___;
___ inflammationinflamación ___;
___ pericarditispericarditis ___;
___ pleurisypleuresía ___;
___ polyppólipo ___.
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Studies indicated that malignancy developed more frequently in medical thoracoscopy (MT) than in VATS in the follow-up period of patients with nonspecific pleuritis in long-term outcome.12,13,18 Mesothelioma is the most common malignancy in these patients.21 In patients with pleural adhesions and/or fibrinous layer on the pleura, inadequate examination of the pleural cavity and difficulty in accessing the neoplastic tissue reduce the diagnostic success of MT, and VATS is recommended in such patients.22 VATS is performed under general anaesthesia in a lateral decubitus position.
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