per continuum

per con·tin·u·um

(per kon-tin'yū-ŭm),
In continuity; continuous; denoting the mode by which an inflammation or other morbid process spreads from one part to another through continuous tissue.
[per- + L. continuus, holding together, continuous, fr. teneo, to hold]

per continuum

describing the spread of an inflammation or other disease process from one body part to another through continuous tissue.

per con·tin·u·um

(pĕr kŏn-tin'yū-ŭm)
In continuity; continuous; denoting the mode by which an inflammation or other morbid process spreads from one part to another through continuous tissue.
[per- + L. continuus, holding together, continuous, fr. teneo, to hold]

per continuum

(pĕr kŏn-tĭn′ū-ŭm) [L.]
Continuous, as in the spread of an inflammation from part to part.