Definition of Autogenous

1. Adjective. Originating within the body.

Exact synonyms: Autogenic
Similar to: Self-generated, Self-produced, Self-induced
Antonyms: Heterogenous



Definition of Autogenous

1. a. Self- generated; produced independently.

2. a. Autogenetic.

Definition of Autogenous

1. Adjective. produced independent from an external cause or influence. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Autogenous

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Autogenous

1. 1. Self-generated; produced independently. 2. Developed from an independent center of ossification. Autogenous soldering, the junction by fusion of the joining edges of metals without the intervention of solder. Origin: Gr.; self + root of to be born. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autogenous

autogating
autogeneal
autogeneic graft
autogenerate
autogenerated
autogenerates
autogenerating
autogeneration
autogenesis
autogenetic
autogenic
autogenic therapy
autogenic training
autogenics
autogenies
autogenous (current term)
autogenous control
autogenous keratoplasty
autogenous vaccine
autogenously
autogeny
autogiro
autogiros
autoglossonym
autoglossonyms
autognosis
autognostic
autograft
autografted
autografting

Literary usage of Autogenous

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"Stock Vaccines versus autogenous Vaccines in Therapeutics.—BEEBE and MEDALIA (Boston Med. and Surg. Jour., 1908, clviii, 37) state that the question whether ..."

2. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"Since approximately 30% to 40% of autogenous vein bypass grafts to the femoropopliteal level may occlude within 5 years of implantation, additional vein ..."

3. Vaccine Therapy in General Practice by George Henry Sherman (1916)
"autogenous OR POLYVALENT STOCK VACCINES Dr. JM Van Cott (New York State Journal of Medicine, July, 1911, p. 320), after giving tabulated results of 74 cases ..."

4. The Principal forms of the skeleton and the teeth: As the Basis for a System by Richard Owen (1855)
"4), e (Gr. epi, above, and apophysis). Of the autogenous parts, the neural spine is most ... and, in the expanded neural areh, the autogenous ..."

5. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1917)
"... BY autogenous VACCINE CASE I.—This man, aged forty-three years, entered the hospital complaining of weakness, mental depression, fear of crowds, tremor, ..."

6. The Practical Brass and Iron Founder's Guide: A Treatise on Brass Founding by James Larkin (1892)
"autogenous soldering takes place by the fusion of the two edges of metals themselves without ... In soldering by the autogenous process, the works are ..."

7. Gas Torch and Thermit Welding by Ethan Viall (1921)
"According to common usage, the term "autogenous welding" is erroneously ... However, owing to the wide field that the term "autogenous" really covers, ..."

8. Modern Dentistry by Joseph Head (1917)
"autogenous and Stock Vaccines.—There are two kinds of vaccine—autogenous and stock. ... The value of autogenous vaccine lies in the fact that the vaccine is ..."

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