Detrusive

detrusion

[dih-troo-zhuhn]
noun
the act of detruding.

Origin:
1610–20; < Late Latin dētrūsiōn- (stem of dētrūsiō) a thrusting down, equivalent to Latin dētrūs(us) (past participle of dētrūdere; see detrude) + -iōn- -ion

detrusive [dih-troo-siv] , adjective
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