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Profusion

profusion

A score reflecting the number of visible lesions in a region on chest radiographs of individuals with pneumoconiosis.

See: international Labour organization Classification.

Origin: L. Profusio, a pouring forth, fr. Profundo, to pour forth


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... the white or clear colored nematomorph, [another primary form] or the inert red, blue, black, etc, colored micro-fibers that are produced in such profusion) -CliffMickelson

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