הִתקַלְשׁוּת, זִכּוּך, דִלוּל, דִבלוּל, הַקלָשָׁה, קְלִישָׁה
Noun(1) a decrease in the density of something
(1) Loss of pain sensation together with possible rarefaction of the bones of the neuropathic foot can have serious consequences.(2) opposed processes such as rarefaction and condensation(3) Sound is a wave of compression and rarefaction in air.(4) Likewise, in a famous passage, Buridan is driven by his own experience to reject Ockham's explanation of condensation and rarefaction as kinds of locomotion.(5) Hypertension is characterized by capillary rarefaction , a reduction of the number of capillaries per volume of tissue.(6) the cord has undergone rarefaction(7) Numerous platelets appeared in the lumen, some of which showed signs of degeneration with swelling and rarefaction .(8) Histologic examination of the brain showed extensive neuronal loss, gliosis, rarefaction , scarring, and foci of chronic inflammation in multiple brain regions.(9) Due to the relatively advanced age of the patients included in our study, marked rarefaction of the spongy bone tissue was present, but signs of metabolic bone disease, that is, osteomalacia, were not found in any of the cases.(10) We hear nothing more of ├ö├ç├┐separating out├ö├ç├û or even of rarefaction and condensation.(11) However, definitions which focus on the idea of either irreversible collapse or of bellows-like compression and rarefaction of air are no help in the present context.(12) Anaximenes' notion of successive change of matter by rarefaction and condensation was influential in later theories.
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