Not confined to the liquid of granulations; normal blood-serum possesses it to a certain extent, and under bacterial influence it may become very much exalted.
393; Justi, " Unna's Plasma-Cells in Granulations," Arch.
197; Jiirgeltinas, " Protective Action of Granulations," Beitrcige z.
If the granulations tend to become too abundant, some astringent, such as sulphate of copper or sulphate of zinc, is added to the water.
It may be employed to destroy warts or small growths, to reduce exuberant granulations or it may be applied to bites.
Besides granulations the sun's disk shows, as a rule, one or more spots or groups of spots.