obliteration

  1. destruction by annihilating something
  2. the complete destruction of every trace of something

Obliteration

• (n.) The act of obliterating, or the state of being obliterated; extinction.
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obliteration

(ob-lit″әr-a´shәn) complete removal, as by disease, degeneration, surgical procedure, or irradiation, or by the filling up of a space with fibrous tissue or inflammation.
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Obliteration

Ob·lit`er·a'tion noun [ Latin obliteratio : confer French oblitération .] The act of obliterating, or the state of being obliterated; extinction. Sir. M. Hale.
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Obliteration

a synergistic phenomenon of both particle silting and polar adhesion. When water and silt particles co-exist in a fluid containing long-chain molecules, the tendency for valves to undergo obliteration increases.
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obliteration

Blotting out, especially by filling of a natural space or lumen by fibrosis or inflammation. In radiology, disappearance of the contour of an organ when the adjacent tissue has the same X-ray absorption. ... Origin: L. Oblittero, to blot out ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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obliteration

Type: Term Pronunciation: ob-lit′ĕr-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Blotting out, especially by filling of a natural space or lumen by fibrosis or inflammation. In radiology, disappearance of the contour of an organ when the adjacent tissue has the same x-ray absorption. See: silhouette sign of Felson
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