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to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

Synonyms for bleed

lose blood from one's body

get or extort (money or other possessions) from someone

drain of liquid or steam

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Patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) with severe bleeding, who were treated with intravenous bevacizumab, reported a marked reduction in nose bleeds and gastrointestinal bleeding and were able to stop or considerably reduce blood transfusions, resulting in significantly improved quality of life.
Doctors should keep high index of suspicion if any child presented with soft tissue or joint bleed.
This is because persons with hemophilia and bleeding disorders tend to bleed in joints and muscles.
Conclusion: Esophageal varices is the most common cause of upper GI bleed in our set up reflecting high prevalence of liver cirrhosis secondary to chronic HBV and HCV infection.
Women using a cyclical OC regimen expect to experience bleeding during the hormone-free interval, but do not expect to bleed while taking active hormones.
High-temperature processing and extensive pasteurization of vacuum-packed crabsticks often cause the colorant to seep or bleed.
Also, those with overt bleeding at randomization who were assigned to the capsule endoscopy group were more likely to have further bleeding, compared with those with overt bleed ing assigned to the radiography group (50% vs.
This is the last thing you need in the current weather conditions, so bleed your radiators straight away to save on fuel and make your home warmer.
2 : to feel pain or pity <My heart bleeds for the victims of the fire.
Our results indicate that direct localisation of the posterior bleed should become the routine, first-line management in the treatment of posterior epistaxis.
Some otolaryngologists believe every patient with a post-tonsillectomy bleed should be taken to the operating room.
Something which we have probably all seen, either in ourselves or in someone else, is a nose bleed.