detumescence

(de″too-mes´әns) the subsidence of congestion and swelling.
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Detumescence

• (n.) Diminution of swelling; subsidence of anything swollen.
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detumescence

noun diminution of swelling; the subsidence of anything swollen
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Detumescence

De`tu·mes'cence noun [ Latin detumescere to cease swelling; de + tumescere , tumere , to swell.] Diminution of swelling; subsidence of anything swollen. [ R.] Cudworth.
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detumescence

diminishing or lessening of swelling 
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detumescence

diminution of swelling
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detumescence

Subsidence of a swelling. ... Origin: L. De, from, + tumesco, to swell up, fr. Tumeo, to swell ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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detumescence

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē′tū-mes′ents Definitions: 1. Subsidence of a swelling.
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