\bɹˈa͡ɪd], \bɹˈaɪd], \b_ɹ_ˈaɪ_d]\
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This term is given, in the plural, to membranous filaments, which are found within abscesses or deep-seated wounds, and which prevent the exit of pus. The term is, also, applied to preternatural adhesions, which occur in cicatrices of the skin, in the urethra, or in inflamed serous or synovial membranes.
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