Blush – develop a pink tinge in the face from embarrassment or shame.
Angiographic Assessment of Myocardial Reperfusion in Patients Treated with Primary Angioplasty for Acute Myocardial Infarction – (other wise known as a Heart Attack) – Myocardial blush grades were defined as follows: 0, no myocardial blush or contrast density; 1, minimal myocardial blush or contrast density; 2, moderate myocardial blush or contrast density but less than that obtained during angiography of a contralateral or ipsilateral non– infarct-related coronary artery; and 3, normal myocardial blush or
contrast density, comparable with that obtained during angiography of a contralateral or ipsilateral non–infarct-related coronary artery. When myocardial blush persisted (“staining”), this phenomenon suggested leakage of the contrast medium into the extravascular space and was graded 0.
Blushing African American
Yes, black people do get embarrassed, and bashful and shy but we typically stay the same color when we do. So our shame is more hidden, giving us an aura of confidence when we may just be dying on the inside. Source Quora
Blushing in the Word