suffusion


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suffusion

 [sŭ-fu´zhun]
1. the process of overspreading, or diffusion.
2. the condition of being moistened or permeated through.

suf·fu·sion

(sŭ-fyū'zhŭn),
1. The act of pouring a fluid over the body.
2. A reddening of the surface.
3. The condition of being wet with a fluid.
4. Synonym(s): extravasate (2)
[L. suffusio, fr. suffundo (subf-), to pour out]

suf·fu·sion

(sŭ-fyū'zhŭn)
1. The act of pouring a fluid over the body.
2. A reddening of the surface.
3. The condition of being wet with a fluid.
4. Synonym(s): extravasate (2) .

suf·fu·sion

(sŭ-fyū'zhŭn)
1. Pouring a fluid over the body.
2. Reddening of the surface.
References in periodicals archive ?
Alexis, "Experimental parametric study of suffusion and backward erosion," Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, vol.
Table 1: Distribution of the patient according to age and gender Age (Years) Male Female Total 18-30 68 39 107 (70.86%) 31-40 15 6 21 (13.91%) 41-50 10 7 17 (11.26%) 51-60 6 0 6 (3.97%) Total 99 (65.56%) 52 (34.44%) 151 (100.00%) Table 2: Distribution of the patient according to presenting symptoms Symptoms N % Fever 151 100.00 Headache 143 94.70 Myalgia 134 88.74 Conjunctival suffusion 60 39.74 Retro-orbital pain 43 28.48 Skin rashes 43 28.48 Abdominal pain 24 15.89 Nausea/Vomiting 12 7.95 Diarrhoea 8 5.30 Other 23 15.23 Table 3: Laboratory parameters Laboratory parameters N % Thrombocytopenia (<50,000/cumm) 68 45.03 Leucopenia (<4,000/cumm) 23 15.23 SGPT >55 IU/L 36 23.84 SGOT >45 IU/L 40 26.49 S.
The first phase, leptospiremic or septicemic phase, has an abrupt onset, lasts for a week and is characterized by fever, chills, headache, skin rash, myalgia and conjunctival suffusion. The second phase or the immune phase, which can last up to 30 days, is characterized by leptospiruria and the development of anti-Leptospira antibodies.
Crucial to the question of the archive, however, is how the ability to dictate access to documents prescribes the suffusion of power within the legal sphere and thus the circulation of knowledge and the constitution of memory across space and time.
Throughout the film, while Fergus's affiliation with hurling is cast as a type of hegemonic suffusion whereby the IRA abrogates British influence, in his contestation with Jody, Fergus finds that Jody sees the British national sport of cricket as playing quite a different role.
That is, there are arguments both for the "roots" of the South (its continuities, its historical traces, its suffusion with the past, its persistent socioeconomic structures, and its tangible identity) and "routes" of/from the South (its imbrication in <i>other</i> geographies and cultures, its role in transnational networks, its lack of distinctness and fixedness).
After an incubation period of 1 to 30 days (mean 7-14 days), LS displays a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations ranging from a mildly symptomatic, almost subclinical, infection as in most cases; to a constellation of abrupt fever, headache, myalgias, nausea, vomiting, and an occasional maculopapular rash that resolves in a week (as in Case 2 of the University of Hawaii outbreak); to a biphasic illness that starts with fever, myalgias, and conjunctival suffusion in the first week, and in 5%-10% of cases progresses to icteric leptospirosis or Weil's disease.
Forewing ground color bright white with fine brownish suffusion in median area and yellowish brown patches at costal margin.
In a frayed Babylonian mirror curious inferentials occur, as if the human visage consisted of anonymous ritual suffusion. A visage empty, yet as pure as water cascading in droplets.
rhetoric's suffusion of academic discourse would suggest.
Cases of hemorrhagic infarct / gangrene from strangulated hernia and Volvulusrevealed a non viable mucosa with gangrenous changes in the wall and haemorrhagic suffusion. Resection margins were healthy.
It is known that the intensity of geodynamic changes of certain volumes of geological environment during development of suffusion is far higher than the intensity of its total variations.