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flush

, flushing (flush) (flush'ing)
1. Sudden redness of the skin.
2. Irrigation of a cavity, or a device such as a feeding tube, with water.

hot flush

Flash.

malar flush

A bright-colored flush over the malar area and cheekbones. It may be associated with any febrile disease.

Patient discussion about flushing

Q. do i have a flu

A. What makes you think you have flu?

Do you have any of the signs or symptoms of it? (as listed here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Influenza#Symptoms_and_diagnosis or here: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000080.htm)

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The results on the number of pileus per flushing was, in the first flush no significant difference, second flush no significant difference, third flush and the fifth flush no significant difference from each treatment.
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