Definition of Percussed

1. Verb. (past of percuss) ¹



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Definition of Percussed

1. percuss [v] - See also: percuss

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Percussed

percolations
percolative
percolatively
percolator
percolators
percolin
percolins
percomorph oil
percomorphi
percontation
percontative
percontatorial
percurrent
percursory
percuss
percussed (current term)
percusses
percussing
percussion
percussion cap
percussion section
percussion sound
percussion wave
percussionist
percussionists
percussions
percussive
percussive instrument
percussive maintenance

Literary usage of Percussed

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1. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1851)
"However this may be, had the organ been percussed during life, it must have been mistaken for lung ; and when cut into after death, ..."

2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1879)
"... percussed the tumour, and, to his surprise, found that it yielded a tympanitic note. In spite of suitable measures employed to relieve this colicky ..."

3. The Clinical Journal (1898)
"... over the two outer halves will be a reliable source of information, although the condition producing the note is at a distance from the point percussed. ..."

4. The Detroit Medical Journal edited by Leartus Connor, John Jolliffe Mulheron (1877)
"The two sides must of course be percussed at identical spots. The practical value of this method is illustrated by two or three striking cases in which it ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1875)
"Heightening of the pitch of the note produced by percussion is therefore significant of a diminution of the air-space beneath the part percussed. ..."

6. Physical diagnosis: A Guide to Methods of Clinical Investigation by George Alexander Gibson (1893)
"When the anterior aspect of the thorax is to be percussed the patient should be ... The apex] is percussed above the clavicle by the mediate method, ..."

7. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1897)
"The percussed finger is to be placed on the skin as before The wrist of the percussing hand should, if possible, rest lightly on the wrist of the ..."

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