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pro·fu·sion

(prō-fyū'zhŭn),
A score reflecting the number of visible lesions in a region on chest radiographs of individuals with pneumoconiosis. See: International Classification of Radiographs of the Pneumoconioses.
[L. profusio, a pouring forth, fr. profundo, to pour forth]
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