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- v. Alternative spelling of dialyze.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See dialyze.
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- v. separate by dialysis
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Crystalloids dialyse through membranes and are speedily eliminated.
They fail to dialyse, and the result is, either an accumulation of the fluid in a closed cavity, or contraction of the substance inclosed within the membrane, or dryness of membrane in surfaces that ought to be freely lubricated and kept apart.
Again, “it has been observed that vegetable gum is not digested in the stomach; the coats of that organ dialyse the soluble food, absorbing crystalloids, and rejecting all colloids.”
This time, as we are waiting to see if Rachel can donate one of her kidneys to me, I may only have to dialyse for a couple of months until
Mr Thakrar, 32, said: "At my wedding to Linsey I had to go home and dialyse in the evening and my stag do was pretty low key.
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