Medical Definition of Tetanus posticus

1. A form of spasm in which the head and the heels are bent backward and the body bowed forward. Origin: Gr. Tonos = tension This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tetanus Posticus

tetanomotors
tetanospasmin
tetanotoxin
tetanuran
tetanurans
tetanus
tetanus-perfringens antitoxin
tetanus and gas gangrene antitoxins
tetanus anticus
tetanus antitoxin
tetanus antitoxin unit
tetanus dorsalis
tetanus immune globulin
tetanus immunoglobulin
tetanus neonatorum
tetanus posticus (current term)
tetanus shot
tetanus toxin
tetanus vaccine
tetanuses
tetany
tetany cataract
tetany of alkalosis
tetard
tetartanopia
tetartemorion
tetartemorions
tetartohedral
tetartohedrism
tetartohedrisms

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