Aquapuncture

A`qua·punc'ture noun [ Latin aqua water, + punctura puncture, pungere , punctum , to, prick.] (Medicine) The introduction of water subcutaneously for the relief of pain.
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aquapuncture

<medicine> The introduction of water subcutaneously for the relief of pain. ... Origin: L. Aqua water, + punctura puncture, pungere, punctum, to, prick. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Aquapuncture

• (n.) The introduction of water subcutaneously for the relief of pain.
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aquapuncture

aquapuncture 1. The introduction of water subcutaneously for the relief of pain. 2. A rarely used term in medicine for a hypodermic injection of water.
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aquapuncture

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′wă-pŭnk′chūr Definitions: 1. Rarely used or obsolete term for a hypodermic injection of water.
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