Definition of Infarctions

1. Noun. (plural of infarction) ¹



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Definition of Infarctions

1. infarction [n] - See also: infarction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infarctions

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Literary usage of Infarctions

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1. Coulson on the Diseases of the Bladder and Prostate Gland by William Coulson (1881)
"The important fact is that these infarctions contain a large amount of uric acid, ... Under normal conditions, as before alluded to, these infarctions are ..."

2. A Treatise on the diseases of infancy and childhood by Job Lewis Smith (1886)
"Uric Acid Infarctions. Infarctions of uric acid or the urates are very common in newborn infants. They are seen, if an opportunity of examining the kidneys ..."

3. A Text-book of Practical Medicine: With Particular Reference to Physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"... AND Infarctions. ETIOLOGY.—[Any abnormal change between the directions in the axis of the neck of the womb and that of its body is called a flexion ..."

4. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1884)
"In some cases, such as in the infarctions of the luns this is ... begin with a somewhat detailed account of the bodies known as infarctions as they occur m ..."

5. Report on the Etiology and Prevention of Yellow Fever by George Miller Sternberg (1890)
"Other infarctions aro formed of the granular debris of the renal ... These infarctions correspond with the casts found in the urine ; those of a granular ..."

6. A Text-book of practical medicine, with particular reference to physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"... OF THE UTERUS—FLEXIONS AND Infarctions. ETIOLOGY.—[Any abnormal change between the directions in the axis of the neck of the womb and that of its body ..."

7. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use by Austin Flint, William Henry Welch (1886)
"The essential, because the constant, change in embolie infarctions is not the ... The coagulation necrosis of embolie infarctions is characterized by a ..."

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