Examples from the Web for tumefaction
Mastication, deglutition, and articulation all become impeded mechanically by tumefaction of the tissues.
Veins, suspended by irritation of the nerves, arteries are excited to fever heat in action with increase of tumefaction.
Observations without record will show any fair minded person that tumefaction does cause death in the majority of cases.
On the third day all tumefaction had subsided and there was no complaint whatever.
The tumefaction speedily subsides, the features become recognizable, and defervescence is complete.