Definition of Puncturing

1. Verb. (present participle of puncture) ¹



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Definition of Puncturing

1. puncture [v] - See also: puncture

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puncturing

punctum remotum
punctum vasculosum
punctum vegetationis
puncturable
puncturation
puncturations
puncture
punctured
punctured interval
punctured neighborhood
punctured neighborhoods
punctureless
puncturer
puncturers
punctures
puncturing (current term)
punctus percontativus
pundette
pundettes
punding
pundit
punditic
punditocracy
punditocratic
punditries
punditry
pundits
pundle
pundles
pundonor

Literary usage of Puncturing

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1. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1815)
"On the Operation of Largely puncturing the Capsule of the Cnts- talline Humour, in order to promote the Absorption of the Cataract ; and on the Gutta Serena ..."

2. Mechanical Therapeutics by Philip Skinner Wales (1867)
"puncturing. puncturing is the operation of thrusting an instrument either sharp ... Scarification differs from puncturing in that the point of the lancet or ..."

3. The Popular Science MonthlyScience (1893)
"puncturing the pericardium (Misc.), 2 : 637. " Rages " in S. (Misc.), 28 : 422. Successful case of transfusion of blood (Misc.), 10 : 761. ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1870)
"... to. its efficiency was verified by Mr. Cooke's colleagues who were present.— The Practitioner, July, 1870. 56. puncturing the Bladder above the Pubes ..."

5. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal (1828)
"1827, under its head of I'arietes, gives an account of two cases of dropsy of the spinal cord cured by puncturing the tumour. The first was of a child two ..."

6. The Principles and practice of midwifery with some of the diseases of women by Alexander Milne (1884)
"puncturing the membranes with a Stilette. 12. Introduction of a flexile bougie ... He found it more fatal than by the plan of puncturing the membranes. ..."

7. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1812)
"On the Operation of largely puncturing the Capsule of the Crystalline Humour; in order to promote tie Absorption of the Cataract ; and on the Gutta Serena ..."

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