[per-fyoo-zhuh n] /pərˈfyu ʒən/
the act of .
Surgery. the passage of fluid through the lymphatic system or blood vessels to an organ or a tissue.
1570s, from Middle French perfusion and directly from Latin perfusionem (nominative perfusio) “a pouring over,” noun of action from past participle stem of perfundere “pour out,” from per- “throughout” (see per) + fundere “pour” (see found (v.2)).
perfusion per·fu·sion (pər-fyōō’zhən)
noun a medical technician responsible for blood transfusion and the heart-lung machine during cardiopulmonary surgery Usage Note medicine
[per-fyooz] /pərˈfyuz/ verb (used with object), perfused, perfusing. 1. to overspread with moisture, color, etc.; suffuse. 2. to diffuse (a liquid, color, etc.) through or over something. 3. Surgery. to pass (fluid) through blood vessels or the lymphatic system. /pəˈfjuːz/ verb (transitive) 1. to suffuse or permeate (a liquid, colour, etc) through or over (something) […]
the capital of Pamphylia, on the coast of Asia Minor. Paul and his companions landed at this place from Cyprus on their first missionary journey (Acts 13:13, 14), and here Mark forsook the party and returned to Jerusalem. Some time afterwards Paul and Barnabas again visited this city and “preached the word” (14:25). It stood […]
[pur-guh-muh m] /ˈpɜr gə məm/ noun 1. an ancient Greek kingdom on the coast of Asia Minor: later a Roman province. 2. the ancient capital of this kingdom; now the site of Bergama, in W Turkey. 3. ancient name of . /ˈpɜːɡəməm/ noun 1. an ancient city in NW Asia Minor, in Mysia: capital of […]