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A condition accompanying infarcts, especially of the kidney and spleen, the affected area being converted into a firm, rather homogeneous mass, the process being one of coagulation of proteins of the part, similar to, or identical with, that occurring in coagulation of blood-serum by a bacterial enzyme.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
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