hyaloserositis hy·a·lo·se·ro·si·tis (hī’ə-lō-sēr’ō-sī’tĭs)
Inflammation of a serous membrane producing a fibrinous exudate that eventually becomes hyalinized, resulting in a relatively thick, glistening, white or gray-white coating.


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