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
The all-black look, featuring technical lace and eyelet-like perforations, will be Sharapova’s uniform for her night matches.
At Union Square Cafe, micro perforations in the ceiling absorb sound.
In the second death a patient who got the ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System suffered an esophageal perforation.
Knitwear can seem repetitive, but Victor Glemaud’s take on the staple is refreshing, with the cutout sections, slits, and perforations that are becoming his signature.
Flames lick up through the perforations, giving your zucchini and peppers robust flavors and just enough color.
These events included dehydration, infection, and gastric perforation with sepsis, but the most common serious adverse event was device intolerance, defined as intolerable nausea, vomiting, or reflux pain that led to early device removal.
An unexpected perforation of her lower intestine leaked fecal matter into her body.
Peerwani said medical and forensic literature have described several injuries that can occur from resuscitation, among them perforations of the stomach and colon, liver, spleen and pancreatic lacerations, rupture of the heart and rib fractures. ‘
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PERFORATION Defined for English Language Learners
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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