Origin and Etymology of efflux
Medieval Latin effluxus, from effluere
First Known Use: 1647
Medical Definition of efflux
1: something that is given off in or as if in a stream <the red-blood-cell sodium ion efflux>
2: the action or process of flowing or seeming to flow out <the uptake and efflux of sodium ions>
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