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mycology each growth of mushrooms is also called a flush
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Flushing is due to increased blood flow through the skin, causing warmth, and because of engorgement of the subpapillary venous plexus, redness.
Flushing was associated with a rise in circulating substance P in 80% of patients with gastric carcinoid.
Flushing attacks may be accompanied by headache, dyspnea and wheezing, palpitations, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and syncope and may closely resemble the flushing episodes of the carcinoid syndrome, especially the foregut variety, which are also mediated by histamine.
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