Definition of Exenterations

1. Noun. (plural of exenteration) ¹



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Definition of Exenterations

1. exenteration [n] - See also: exenteration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exenterations

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

Literary usage of Exenterations

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1. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1917)
"... and exenterations of the eyeball, reports complete anesthesia in 125. In 13 others the operation was successfully done under this anesthesia, ..."

2. On the Operative Surgery of Malignant Disease by Henry Trentham Butlin (1900)
"Many of the so- called extirpations are in reality exenterations, and many of the operations for recurrent disease within the orbit are ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"... forty-nine were the simple antrum operations, generally for acute lesions, thirty-nine were radical tympano-mastoid exenterations, and but twelve were ..."

4. Diseases of the nose, throat and ear by William Lincoln Ballenger (1911)
"Performing more or less extensive exenterations of the labyrinth, of which three \\-e-re affected by thrombosis of the lateral sinus. This, as he says, ..."

5. Macready's Reminiscences, and Selections from His Diaries and Letters by William Charles Macready, Frederick Pollock (1875)
"My previous ideas of these wonderful exenterations of the earth liad been wild and fanciful in the extreme. I had expected to find an immense concave vault, ..."

6. Annals of Ophthalmology (1916)
"It must, of course, not be forgotten that most of these injuries ended in exenterations, phthisis, etc., cases in which leading objective signs could not be ..."

7. Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy: Principles and Techniques by Camran Nezhat (2000)
"As many as 40 to 63% of scheduled exenterations are terminated although the patient underwent a laparotomy with the accompanying morbidity and long recovery ..."

8. Charles Kingsley, Christian, Socialist and Social Reformer by Moritz Kaufmann (1892)
"In itself a book having for its chief contents the " self- exenterations " of a tailor with a turn for poetry, using "what gifts he had for ..."

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