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Definition of Cataphoric
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Literary usage of Cataphoric
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1. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1897)
"... t lie disadvantage of lessening the amount of mercury that is disseminated, as much of the electrolytic and cataphoric action is consumed upon the zinc. ..."
2. Dental Electro-therapeutics by Ernest Sturridge (1918)
"cataphoric Effect — Electrolytic Effect — Path of the Current in the Body—Motor, Sensory and Special Nerve Effects—Effects of Current on Nutrition—Effects ..."
3. Elementary Principles of Electro-therapeutics for the Use of Physicians and by Celia M. Haynes (1890)
"The cataphoric action of the current in transferring substances in the direction of the current from the positive toward the negative pole has been utilized ..."
4. Conservative Gynecology and Electro-therapeutics: A Practical Treatise on by George Betton Massey (1909)
"THE cataphoric DESTRUCTION AND STERILIZATION OF RECTAL CANCER. cataphoric destruction and sterilization is in many respects the ideal ..."
5. Electro-therapeutics or electricity in its relation to medicine and surgery by William Harvey King (1889)
"cataphoric Action.—It has also been demonstrated that, if the positive pole is saturated ... This is called the cataphoric action of the galvanic current. ..."
6. Handbook of Electro-therapeutics by Wilhelm Heinrich Erb (1883)
"... of Apparatus—Density of the Current and its Laws—Practical Deductions for Various Electro-therapeutical Purposes—Electrolytic and cataphoric Effects. ..."