Definition of Analgesias

1. Noun. (plural of analgesia) ¹



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Definition of Analgesias

1. analgesia [n] - See also: analgesia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Analgesias

analects
analemma
analemmas
analemmata
analemmatic
analepses
analepsis
analepsy
analept
analeptic
analeptic enema
analeptics
analgesia
analgesia algera
analgesia dolorosa
analgesias (current term)
analgesic
analgesic cuirass
analgesic nephritis
analgesic nephropathy
analgesics
analgesimeter
analgetic
analgetics
analgia
analgias
analingus
analities
anality
analize

Literary usage of Analgesias

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1. The Psychology of the Emotions by Théodule Ribot (1914)
"... movements—Are they the effects of paint— Pain is only a sign—The analgesias : unconsciousness of pain and intellectual consciousness—Retardation of pain ..."

2. Skin and Venereal Diseases (1904)
"With regard to the cause for these degenerations, no discovery could be made. Visceral analgesias in Friedreich's Disease.—In the course of tabes, ..."

3. Local and Regional Anesthesia: With Chapters on Spinal, Epidural by Carroll Woolsey Allen (1920)
"An incidence of ocular palsy in 1 to 400 or 500 spinal analgesias and the occurrence of frequent headaches should make surgeons very careful to avoid heated ..."

4. The venereal diseases, including stricture of the male urethra by Edward Lawrence Keyes (1881)
"Certain analgesias of early syphilis have been much spoken of since Fournier's description of them as they occur in women early in syphilis. ..."

5. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Wilhelm Olivier von Leube (1904)
"This category embraces analgesias, muscular anesthesias, loss of the subjective sensations transmitted by the joints and entrails. ..."

6. The Diagnosis of Diseases of the Nervous System: A Manual for Students and by Christian Archibald Herter (1892)
"... analgesias of peripheral and spinal origin, they correspond in general to the segments of the limb affected—hand, hand and forearm, or hand, forearm, ..."

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