Definition of Flexions
1. Noun. (plural of flexion) ¹
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Definition of Flexions
1. flexion [n] - See also: flexion
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Literary usage of Flexions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1872)
"The causes of flexions he divides into the predisposing and the exciting. ... The pathological effects of flexions are to produce a congestion of the body ..."
2. The Pathology, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of women: Including the by Graily Hewitt (1874)
"Causes of flexions (a), Predisposing; Uterine Attachments ... The numerical frequency of flexions of the uterus has been pointed out in Chapter I., ..."
3. A Text-book of Practical Medicine: With Particular Reference to Physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"There may also be lateral flexions, but they are rare. ... It is most probable that the causes of the flexions are not always the нате—that they arc ..."
4. Treatise on the Diseases of Women: For the Use of Students and Practitioners by Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene (1897)
"flexions from these two causes constitute a class by themselves, ... flexions occur in connection with other affections, such as adhesions of the body of ..."
5. A Text-book of practical medicine, with particular reference to physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"There may also be lateral flexions, but they arc rare. ... It is most probable that the causes of the flexions are not always the same—that they are ..."
6. Lectures on the diseases of women by Charles West (1867)
"flexions OF UTERUS — probably more frequent than misplacements of whole ... Influence of flexions on uterus in other respects, hypertrophy of womb; ..."
7. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1866)
"OX EXTREME flexions OF THE UTERUS. ... the proved inefficiency of ordinary methods of treatment in certain extreme cases of uterine versions and flexions. ..."