dilatation

  1. the state of being stretched beyond normal dimensions
  2. the act of expanding an aperture

Dilatation

• (n.) A dilation or enlargement of a canal or other organ. • (n.) The act of dilating; expansion; an enlarging on al/ sides; the state of being dilated; dilation. • (n.) Prolixity; diffuse discourse.
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dilatation

(dil″ә-ta´shәn) the condition, as of an orifice or tubular structure, of being dilated or stretched beyond normal dimensions by medications or instrumentation. the act of dilating or stretching. dilatation and curettage(D & C) ex...
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dilatation

(from the article `parturition`) Early in labour the uterine contractions come on at intervals of 20 to 30 minutes and last about 40 seconds. They are then accompanied by slight ...
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dilatation

distension noun the state of being stretched beyond normal dimensions
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Dilatation

Dil`a·ta'tion noun [ Middle English dilatacioun , French dilatation , Latin dilatatio , from dilatare . See Dilate , and confer 2d Dilation .] 1. Prolixity; diffuse discourse. [ Obsolete] 'What needeth greater dilatation ?' Chaucer. ...
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Dilatation

Dilatation: The process of enlargement or expansion. For example, dilatation of the eye is the process by which the pupil is temporarily enlarged with special (mydriatic) eye drops. This allows the eye care specialist to better view the inside of the eye. The word "dilation" means the same thing as "dilatation". Both come from t...
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dilatation

Dilation, or dilatation, is the gradual opening (dilating) of the cervix during labour. At around 10 cm the cervix is 'fully dilated'.
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Dilatation

Expansion of an organ or vessel. Also, dilation.
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Dilatation

Expansion of an organ or vessel. Also, dilation.
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Dilatation

Stretching or widening of an opening, usually the urethra or neck of the bladder
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Dilatation

the condition of being abnormally dilated or enlarged.
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dilatation

the condition, as of an orifice or tubular structure, of being dilated or stretched beyond the normal dimensions.
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dilatation

The condition, as of an orifice or tubular structure, of being dilated or stretched beyond the normal dimensions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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dilatation

Type: Term Pronunciation: dil′ă-tā′shŭn Synonyms: dilation
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dilatation

[n] - the state of being stretched beyond normal dimensions
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