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Insufflation

Insufflation
(Science: medicine) The act of breathing on or into anything; especially: The act of blowing (a gas, powder, or vapor) into any cavity of the body.
Origin: L. Insuffatio: cf. F. Insuffation. See in- in, and Sufflation.


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