Definition of Plessors

1. plessor [n] - See also: plessor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plessors

plesiosaur
plesiosauria
plesiosaurian
plesiosaurians
plesiosaurs
plesiosaurus
plesiotype
pless-
plessesthesia
plessimeter
plessimeters
plessimetric
plessite
plessites
plessor
plessors (current term)
plestor
plestors
plethodont
plethodontid
plethodontids
plethora
plethoral
plethoras
plethoretic
plethoric
plethories
plethory
plethra
plethron

Literary usage of Plessors

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

1. A Manual of clinical medicine and physical diagnosis by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1856)
"... and so pointing to the diseased part ; or of showing it to be diffused over the whole breathing apparatus, if the disease be more general. plessors ..."

2. Auscultation and Percussion: Together with Other Methods of Physical by Samuel Jones Gee (1908)
"... with his massive stethoscope: from time to time divers plessors have been contrived, which may be seen in the shops of surgical instrument makers. ..."

3. A Clinical introduction to the practice of auscultation, and other modes of by Henry Marshall Hughes (1854)
"... for the purpose of receiving and conveying the stroke of the finger, or of a variety of little hammers, under the title of plessors. ..."

4. Birmingham Medical Review (1901)
"... very good and satisfactory results in mapping out the heart have been obtained by one and another of the newer methods of percussion with plessors or ..."

5. A Manual of clinical medicine and physical diagnosis by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1856)
"... and so pointing to the diseased part ; or of showing it to be diffused over the whole breathing apparatus, if the disease be more general. plessors ..."

6. Auscultation and Percussion: Together with Other Methods of Physical by Samuel Jones Gee (1908)
"... with his massive stethoscope: from time to time divers plessors have been contrived, which may be seen in the shops of surgical instrument makers. ..."

7. A Clinical introduction to the practice of auscultation, and other modes of by Henry Marshall Hughes (1854)
"... for the purpose of receiving and conveying the stroke of the finger, or of a variety of little hammers, under the title of plessors. ..."

8. Birmingham Medical Review (1901)
"... very good and satisfactory results in mapping out the heart have been obtained by one and another of the newer methods of percussion with plessors or ..."

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