Medical Definition of Ritter's opening tetanus

1. The tetanic contraction that occasionally occurs when a strong current, passing through a long stretch of nerve, is suddenly interrupted. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ritter's Opening Tetanus

Rising Sun
Risley's rotary prism
Risorgimento
Riss glaciation
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Rita
Ritalin
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Ritchie
Ritesh
Ritgen's manoeuvre
Ritson
Rittenhouse
Rittenhouse-Manogian procedure
Ritter's law
Ritter's opening tetanus
Ritter-Rollet phenomenon
Ritual Decalogue
Ritz
Ritz's combination principle
Riva-Rocci sphygmomanometer
Rivas
Rivea corymbosa
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