Definition of Exsanguinated

1. Verb. (past of exsanguinate) ¹



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Definition of Exsanguinated

1. exsanguinate [v] - See also: exsanguinate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exsanguinated

expurgatory
expurge
expurged
expurges
expurging
exquisite
exquisitely
exquisiteness
exquisitenesses
exquisites
exquisitive
exquisitiveness
exradio
exrerience
exsanguinate
exsanguinated (current term)
exsanguinates
exsanguinating
exsanguination
exsanguination transfusion
exsanguinations
exsanguine
exsanguineous
exsanguinity
exsanguinous
exsanguious
exscind
exscinded
exscinding
exscinds

Literary usage of Exsanguinated

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1. Arteria Uterina Ovarica: The Utero-ovarian Artery, Or, the Genital Vascular by Byron Robinson (1903)
"... (exsanguinated) cervical zone between the vascular arms of the cervical ramus. ... (exsanguinated) zone. The pregnant uterus has about 20 rami laterales ..."

2. A Treatise on apoplexy, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral embolism, cerebral by John A. Lidell (1873)
"... much coagulated blood found in the arachnoid cavity and in the ventricles ; brain-substance and meninges considerably exsanguinated, etc.— Cane XXV. ..."

3. The Medical Clinics of North America by Michael C. Fiore, Stephen S. Entman, Charles B. Rush (1921)
"If in spite of this hemorrhage recurs, or if the patient is markedly exsanguinated, transfusion may be resorted to. The following record will show how we ..."

4. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"... sc. once a day for 3 days, castrated on Day 4. and after another 3 days of once daily injections were exsanguinated on Day 8. ' X ± SE F < 0.05 - k. ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"They were all extremely exsanguinated and would have died in a few hours without a transfusion. A single transfusion saved six of these babies. ..."

6. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1912)
"Central placenta praevia, profuse bleeding, patient exsanguinated, the child dead. Classic Caesarean section, packing of the uterus with gauze. Transfusion. ..."

7. Nervous and Mental Diseases by Archibald Church, Frederick Peterson (1919)
"Purgation and venesection cannot benefit a cerebral territory already exsanguinated. In cases of embolism, cardiac repose is to be encouraged that other ..."

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