herniation

<anatomy> Bulging of tissue through an opening in a membrane, muscle or bone. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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herniation

(hur″ne-a´shәn) abnormal protrusion of an organ or other body structure through a defect or natural opening in a covering membrane, muscle, or bone. See also hernia.
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herniation

herniation 1. The abnormal protrusion of an organ or other body structure through a defect or natural opening in a covering, membrane, muscle, or bone. 2. The formation of a hernia; a rupture.
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Herniation

Herniation: Abnormal protrusion of tissue through an opening. For example, a intervertebral disk (one situated between the vertebral bodies) can protrude and impinge on a nerve root.
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Herniation

The process of formation of a hernia.
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herniation

Type: Term Pronunciation: her′nē-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Protrusion of an anatomic structure (intervertebral disk) from its normal anatomic position.
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