trusion


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tru·sion

(trū'zhŭn),
Displacement of a body, for example, a tooth, from an initial position.
[L. trudo, pp. trusus, to thrust]

trusion

(troo′zhŭn) [L. trudere, to show]
Malposition of a tooth or teeth.

tru·sion

(trū'zhŭn)
Displacement of a body, e.g., a tooth, from an initial position.
[L. trudo, pp. trusus, to thrust]
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