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stag·na·tion

(stag-nā'shŭn),
Retardation or cessation of flow of blood in the vessels, as in passive congestion; marked slowing or accumulation in any part of a normally circulating fluid.
[L. stagnum, a pool]

stag·na·tion

(stag-nā'shŭn)
Retardation or cessation of blood flow in the vessels, as in passive congestion; marked slowing or accumulation in any part of a normally circulating fluid.
[L. stagnum, a pool]

stagnation

(stăg-nā′shŭn) [L. stagnans, stagnant]
1. Cessation of motion.
2. Stasis.
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