regurgitate

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disgorge

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Synonyms for regurgitate

pour or rush back

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feed through the beak by regurgitating previously swallowed food

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repeat after memorization

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The assessment of valvular stenosis and regurgitation by Doppler was carried out as recommended by the ASE.
Factors related to valvular regurgitation were analyzed using a multivariate unconditional logistic regression (method: forward: LR).
The study endpoints were any incidence of postoperative residual VSD, heart block or tricuspid regurgitation.
1%) case was noted in TVD group with moderate tricuspid regurgitation and 4 (2.
Aortic valve involvement resulting in aortic regurgitation / stenosis.
A short paragraph was included about the two-dimensional and Doppler echocardiography in evaluation of carditis, however the conclusion was that "at present there is insufficient information to allow the use of echocardiography, including Doppler, to document valvular regurgitation without accompanying auscultatory findings as the sole criterion for valvulitis in Acute Rheumatic fever".
Mitral regurgitation (MR) is characterized by flow reversal in systole from the left ventricle (LV) into the left atrium.
Mitral regurgitation is a progressive disease, with average annual increases in the regurgitant volume (RVol) and in the effective regurgitant orifice (ERO).
Penultimate females could be better "donors" of regurgitations than penultimate males, or that males could be better "beggars" than the females.
Regurgitation from adult females towards juveniles is a well known phenomenon in social spiders.
Objective: In this study we compared cardiothoracic ratio on chest radiography and left ventricular dimensions from echocardiography in patients with left heart valvular regurgitation.
7 years) with isolated mitral or aortic regurgitation.
Regurgitation ("spitting up") and gastroesophageal reflux are common in infants.
Three trials studied the effects of other conservative therapies such as positional changes and pacifiers on reflux measured by pH probe; unfortunately, none assessed clinical outcomes such as emesis or regurgitation.