Definition of Exenterated

1. Verb. (past of exenterate) ¹



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Definition of Exenterated

1. exenterate [v] - See also: exenterate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exenterated

exemptible
exempting
exemption
exemptions
exemptive
exempts
exenatide
exencephalia
exencephalic
exencephalocele
exencephalous
exencephaly
exendin
exendins
exenterate
exenterated (current term)
exenterates
exenterating
exenteration
exenterations
exenteritis
exept
exequatur
exequaturs
exequial
exequies
exequious
exequy
exercent
exercice

Literary usage of Exenterated

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1. Diseases of the nose, throat and ear by William Lincoln Ballenger (1911)
"Had they not keen opened and exenterated in the course of the radical operation, the operation would have been a failure. Hence, it is necessary in all ..."

2. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1921)
"The ethmoid labyrinth gave the sensation of brittleness and was entirely exenterated. The sphenoid was entered and found to be not affected. ..."

3. Ophthalmic Record: A Monthly Review of the Progress of Ophthalmology (1900)
"... was enucleated in the glaucomatous stage five years after the original discovery; recurrence occurred in five months, when the orbit was exenterated. ..."

4. Principles and Practice of Modern Otology by John Finch Barnhill, Ernest deWolfe Wales (1911)
"between the knee of the sinus and semicircular canals is removed until but the thinnest shell of bone separates the cerebellar cavity from the exenterated ..."

5. Two Years Ago by Charles Kingsley (1881)
"In the long furrows which their keels have left, and in the shallow muddy pools, lie innumerable fragments of exenterated maids (not human ones, ..."

6. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear, Medical and Surgical by William Lincoln Ballenger (1911)
"When in the latter position they are not easily reached, though as Jansen has shown, they may be exenterated. I have seen cases in which pus-discharging ..."

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