Definition of Euplastic

1. a. Having the capacity of becoming organizable in a high degree, as the matter forming the false membranes which sometimes result from acute inflammation in a healthy person.



2. n. Organizable substance by which the tissues of an animal body are renewed.

Definition of Euplastic

1. Adjective. (non-gloss definition Describing an organizable substance by which the tissues of an animal body are renewed.) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Euplastic

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Euplastic

1. Having the capacity of becoming organizable in a high degree, as the matter forming the false membranes which sometimes result from acute inflammation in a healthy person. Origin: Pref. Eu- + -plastic. Organizable substance by which the tissues of an animal body are renewed. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Euplastic

euphuisms
euphuist
euphuistic
euphuistically
euphuists
euphuize
euphuized
euphuizes
euphuizing
euphyllophyte
euphyllophytes
eupione
eupittone
eupittonic
euplasia
euplastic (current term)
euplastic lymph
euplastics
euplectella
euplectellas
euplexoptera
euploid
euploidies
euploids
euploidy
euplotes
eupnaea
eupnea
eupneas
eupneic

Literary usage of Euplastic

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1. The Principles of medicine by John Milton Scudder (1892)
"euplastic DEPOSITS. 2.'!7. We have just seen that the repair of injuries is, ... We have now to notice the same euplastic organization in parts where it is ..."

2. The American Eclectic Practice of Medicine by Ichabod Gibson Jones (1857)
"Structural Diseases Continued: Deposits in or upon Tissues; Preliminary Observations; euplastic Deposits or Cicatrices, Repair of Injured Structures, ..."

3. Pulmonary consumption: Its Nature, Varieties, and Treatment : with an by Charles James Blasius Williams (1872)
"A person previously unhealthy recovers health ; and then an accidental inflammation may produce euplastic results, to be well-organized or dispersed without ..."

4. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1866)
"... and euplastic." What is " aplas- tic?" No cell formation at all. ... The fibrous tumors are, then, according to Dr. Linton, euplastic, and all other ..."

5. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1886)
"If the reaction does not exceed certain bounds it is euplastic, and is the material by which, or through which, primary union is to be established. ..."

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