Examples of perforation in a Sentence
an infection that can cause perforation of the intestine
absentmindedly made perforations in his paper with his pencil
Recent Examples of perforation from the Web
In 2015, more than 5,000 women in the US reported to the FDA several problems related to Essure, including unintended pregnancies, stillbirths, debilitating pain, bleeding and perforation of their fallopian tubes, among other complications.
The rust caused small perforations known as corrosion pitting, which eventually formed a crack that snapped under the weight of a passing train.
In theory, ingestion of undiluted formulations could cause injuries like burns to gastrointestinal mucosa, abdominal pain, gastrointestinal bleeding, and gut perforation.
His research has shown these sorts of septum perforations cause pain, nosebleeds and other symptoms, and are often hard to repair.
One study published in the journal Conception in 2015 found that out of 61,448 women who had an IUD, only 81 (0.13 percent) reported having a perforation. 2.
Some have patterns, perforations or reflective elements that do more than merely hold a candle upright.
But cool details like iridescent perforation on the Air Force 1 Lover, translucent fabric on the Air Jordan 1 Explorer, and playful Nike branding on the Air Force 1 Jester give each of the monotone styles a color of their own.
IUDs also come with the risk of perforation, which happens when an IUD pushes through your uterus, although this is even less likely than the chance of expulsion.
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First Known Use of perforation
PERFORATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of perforation for English Language Learners
: a small hole or series of small holes in paper, cardboard, etc.
medical : a hole in part of the body caused by an accident or disease
medical Definition of perforation
- spontaneous perforation of the sigmoid colon in the presence of diverticulosis
- —Journal of the American Medical Association
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