Medical Definition of Exsorption

1. Movement of substances from the blood into the lumen of the gut. Origin: G. Ex, out, + sorbere, to suck (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exsorption

exsiccates
exsiccating
exsiccation
exsiccation fever
exsiccations
exsiccative
exsiccator
exsiccators
exsolution
exsolutions
exsolve
exsolved
exsolves
exsolving
exsomatise
exsorption (current term)
exspoliation
exspoliations
exspuition
exsqueeze me
exstipellate
exstipulate
exstrophies
exstrophy
exstrophy of the cloaca
exsuccous
exsuction
exsuctions
exsudation

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