Definition of Transuding

1. Verb. (present participle of transude) ¹



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Definition of Transuding

1. transude [v] - See also: transude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transuding

transubstantiated
transubstantiates
transubstantiating
transubstantiation
transubstantiations
transubstantiator
transubstantiators
transudate
transudates
transudation
transudations
transudatory
transude
transuded
transudes
transuding (current term)
transulfurase
transume
transumed
transumes
transuming
transumpt
transumption
transumptive
transumpts
transuranic
transuranic element
transuranics
transuranium
transuranium element

Literary usage of Transuding

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1. Human physiology, statical and dynamical, or, The conditions and course of by John William Draper (1878)
"In connection with the views I am here impressing, I would recall the structural and functional analogy there is between the transuding mechanism of the ..."

2. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1859)
"... through the fluid soaking through (transuding) from the blood, is brought to the surface. In the same way I have also sought, as I formerly explained, ..."

3. The Anatomic Histological Processes of Bright's Disease and Their Relation by Horst Oertel (1910)
"It argues for an at least partly transudative character of the urine, for pressure and rapidity of a transuding fluid determine the quantity of a transudate ..."

4. Human histology in its relations to descriptive anatomy, physiology, and by Edmund Randolph Peaslee (1857)
"It is, therefore, probably because the action of the si in as an exhaling and transuding surface is suddenly checked, and not that of the ..."

5. Cholera and Its Preventive and Curative Treatment by Dwarkâ Nâth Rây (1884)
"Thus when it becomes so severe that the transuding surface exceeds the absorbing one, the recovery becomes almost impossible, unless after a time ..."

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