Medical Definition of Paracentrical

1. Deviating from circularity; changing the distance from a center. Paracentric curve, a curve having the property that, when its plane is placed vertically, a body descending along it, by the force of gravity, will approach to, or recede from, a fixed point or center, by equal distances in equal times; called also a paracentric. Paracentric motton or velocity, the motion or velocity of a revolving body, as a planet, by which it approaches to, or recedes from, the center, without reference to its motion in space, or to its motion as reckoned in any other direction. Origin: Pref. Para- + centric, -ical: cf. F. Paracentrique. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paracentrical

paracellular
paracellular transport
paracelsian
paracelsian method
paracenesthesia
paracenteses
paracentesis
paracentetic
paracentral
paracentral artery
paracentral fissure
paracentral lobule
paracentral nucleus of thalamus
paracentral scotoma
paracentric inversion
paracentrical (current term)
paracervical
paracervical block
paracervical block anaesthesia
paracervix
paracetaldehyde
paracetamol
paracetamols
parachlorophenol
parachlorophenoxyacetate
paracholera
parachor
parachordal
parachordal cartilage
parachordal plate

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