Strangulated

Stran'gu·la`ted adjective 1. (Medicine) Having the circulation stopped by compression; attended with arrest or obstruction of circulation, caused by constriction or compression; as, a strangulated hernia. 2. (Botany) Contracted at irregular intervals, if tied with ...
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strangulated

1. <medicine> Having the circulation stopped by compression; attended with arrest or obstruction of circulation, caused by constriction or compression; as, a strangulated hernia. ... 2. <botany> Contracted at irregular intervals, if tied with a ligature; constricted. Strangulated hernia. ... <medicine> See Hernia. ... Source: Webs...
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strangulated

(strang´gu-lāt´әd) congested by reason of constriction or hernial restriction, as strangulated hernia.
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Strangulated

• (a.) Contracted at irregular intervals, if tied with a ligature; constricted. • (a.) Having the circulation stopped by compression; attended with arrest or obstruction of circulation, caused by constriction or compression; as, a strangulated hernia.
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strangulated

Type: Term Pronunciation: strang′gyū-lāt′ĕd Definitions: 1. Constricted so as to prevent sufficient passage of air, as through the trachea, or to cut off venous return and/or arterial flow so as to compromise viability, as in the case of a hernia.
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