suffusion


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Synonyms for suffusion

the process of permeating or infusing something with a substance

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Suspected leptospirosis cases were defined as the occurrence of fever with at least two nonspecific symptoms (myalgia, headache, jaundice, conjunctival suffusion, or maculopapular or petechial rash), or at least one diagnosis indicating severe illness (aseptic meningitis, renal insufficiency, pulmonary complications, electrocardiogram abnormalities, gastrointestinal symptoms, hemorrhage, or jaundice with acute renal failure) during August 13-September 21, 2016 in a patient exposed to floodwater (4).
He takes another pull from his thermos and the suffusion of alcohol laces a wisp of breezing fertilizer, giving him pause.
Their work attests that collective social traumas get passed down through generations as a kind of toxic suffusion of un-transformed beta elements (Bion, 1962).
No redness of eye, vision changes, conjunctival suffusion, or Roth spots were noticed in eye examination.
It accepted that a certain amount of time had to pass before the moment of introduction and the moment of suffusion.
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.
C 2 4 Myalgia 4 5 Conjunctival suffusion 4 6 Meningism 4 7 Jaundice 1 8 Albuminuria/elevated BUN 2 Total Cumulative score S.
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).
You should go see a doctor if you experience at least two of these symptoms: myalgia (muscle pain), calf tenderness, conjunctival suffusion, chills, abdominal pain, headache, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes), and oliguria (no or little urination).
Forewing ground color bright white with fine brownish suffusion in median area and yellowish brown patches at costal margin.
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.
In a frayed Babylonian mirror curious inferentials occur, as if the human visage consisted of anonymous ritual suffusion.
surely, nymph divine, That fine suffusion on thy cheek was love; What wonder then those glowing tints should move, Should fire this heart, this tender heart of mine
Cases of hemorrhagic infarct / gangrene from strangulated hernia and Volvulusrevealed a non viable mucosa with gangrenous changes in the wall and haemorrhagic suffusion.