Definition of Obturations

1. obturation [n] - See also: obturation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obturations

obtunded
obtundent
obtundents
obtunder
obtunders
obtunding
obtundities
obtundity
obtunds
obturate
obturated
obturates
obturating
obturating embolism
obturation
obturations (current term)
obturator
obturator appliance
obturator artery
obturator canal
obturator crest
obturator externus
obturator fascia
obturator foramen
obturator groove
obturator hernia
obturator internus
obturator lymph nodes
obturator membrane
obturator nerve

Literary usage of Obturations

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1. Diseases of the intestines: A Text-book for Practitioners and Students of by Max Einhorn (1904)
"obturations of the Intestine. Intestinal occlusion often takes place in consequence of obturation of the lumen of the gut through foreign bodies lodging ..."

2. Diseases of the Intestines: Their Special Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment by John Conrad Hemmeter (1902)
"In obturations the pain, while it also may be severe, is periodic, occurring at ... The general condition suffers surprisingly little during obturations ..."

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