Definition of Hyperextending

1. Verb. (present participle of hyperextend) ¹



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Definition of Hyperextending

1. hyperextend [v] - See also: hyperextend

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperextending

hypereutectic
hypereutectoid
hypereutrophic
hypereutrophy
hyperexcitability
hyperexcitable
hyperexcitation
hyperexcited
hyperexcitement
hyperexcretion
hyperexcretions
hyperexophoria
hyperexpanded
hyperextend
hyperextended
hyperextending
hyperextends
hyperextensible
hyperextension
hyperextension-hyperflexion injury
hyperextensions
hyperexuberance
hyperfast
hyperfastidious
hyperfeminine
hyperfeminized
hyperferraemia
hyperferremia
hyperfibrinogenaemia
hyperfibrinolysis

Literary usage of Hyperextending

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1911)
"... of motion of the limb in all directions, and the ruptured urethra; but more particularly owing to an observation made in hyperextending the thigh. ..."

2. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1913)
"... screw pressure plate which could be placed against any region of the spine, by which any desired amount of hyperextending force could be secured. ..."

3. The Year Book of Pediatrics (1903)
"... deformity in both hand and elbow is pronation and carpal flexion, treatment should consist in fixing the elbow supine and in hyperextending the wrist. ..."

4. The Treatment of fractures: With Notes Upon a Few Common Dislocations by Charles Locke Scudder (1915)
"The crepitus is soft and cartilaginous, and Fig. 481.—Reduction of Colles' fracture. Note position of hands in forcibly hyperextending the lower fragment; ..."

5. A Treatise on Orthopaedic Surgery by Royal Whitman (1919)
"This necessitates the bending of the head backward, the straightening and hyperextending of the spine, and consequently cor- • "V ..."

6. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1907)
"... disease in the lower two- thirds of the column is to be observed by having the patient lie on his face and passively hyperextending the spine by lifting ..."

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