Coaptation

• (n.) The adaptation or adjustment of parts to each other, as of a broken bone or dislocated joint.
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Coaptation

Co`ap·ta'tion noun [ Latin coaptatio , from coaptare to fit together; co- + aptare . See Aptate .] The adaptation or adjustment of parts to each other, as of a broken bone or dislocated joint.
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coaptation

A joining or fitting together of two surfaces; fitting of fracture ends
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coaptation

joining or fitting together
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coaptation

Joining or fitting together of two surfaces; e.g., the lips of a wound or the ends of a broken bone. ... Origin: L. Co-apto, pp. -aptatus, to fit together ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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coaptation

Type: Term Pronunciation: kō′ap-tā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Joining or fitting together of two surfaces; the lips of a wound or the ends of a broken bone.
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