pathologic absorption

path·o·log·ic ab·sorp·tion

parenteral absorption of any excremental or pathologic material into the bloodstream, for example, pus, urine, bile, etc.

pathologic absorption,

the taking up of an excretory or morbid substance by the blood.

path·o·log·ic ab·sorp·tion

(pathŏ-lojik ăb-sōrpshŭn)
Parenteral absorption of any excremental or pathologic material into the bloodstream (e.g., pus, urine, bile).

path·o·log·ic ab·sorp·tion

(pathŏ-lojik ăb-sōrpshŭn)
Parenteral absorption of any pathologic material into bloodstream.