perflation


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per·fla·tion

(per-flā'shŭn),
Blowing air into or through a cavity or canal to force apart its walls or to expel any contained material.
[L. per-flo, pp, -flatus, to blow through]

perflation

[pərflā′shən]
a method of opening a passage or cavity entrance with air pressure.

per·fla·tion

(pĕr-flā'shŭn)
Blowing air into or through a cavity or canal to force apart its walls or to expel any contained material.
[L. per-flo, pp, -flatus, to blow through]

perflation

(pĕr-flā′shŭn) [L. perflatio]
The process of blowing air into a cavity to expand its walls or to force out secretions or other matter.