defluxion


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defluxion

 [de-fluk´shun]
1. a sudden disappearance.
2. a copious discharge, as of catarrh.
3. a falling out, as of hair.

de·flux·ion

(dē-flŭks'shŭn),
1. A falling down or out, as of the hair.
See also: effluvium.
2. A flowing down or discharge of fluid.
Synonym(s): defluvium
[L. defluxio, de-fluo, pp. -fluxus, to flow down]

defluxion

/de·flux·ion/ (de-fluk´shun)
1. a sudden disappearance.
2. a copious discharge, as of catarrh.
3. a falling out, as of hair.

de·flux·ion

(dĕ-flŭk'shŭn)
1. A falling down or out, as of the hair.
See also: effluvium
2. A flowing down or discharge of fluid.
Synonym(s): defluvium.
[L. defluxio, de-fluo, pp. -fluxus, to flow down]

defluxion

1. a sudden disappearance.
2. a copious discharge, as of catarrh.
3. a falling out, as of hair. See also anagen defluxion, telogen defluxion.