Enema

An enema (ə; plural enemata or enemas) or clyster, is a fluid injected into the lower bowel by way of the rectum. The most frequent use of an enema is as or cleansing enema (also called a soapsuds enema) which is given to relieve constipation or for bowel cleansing before a medical examination or procedure. In standard medicine an enema may also ...
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Enema

• (n.) An injection, or clyster, thrown into the rectum as a medicine, or to impart nourishment.
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enema

<procedure> A clyster or injection, a liquid injected or to be injected into the rectum. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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enema

(en´ә-mә) introduction of fluid into the rectum. a solution introduced into the rectum to promote evacuation of feces or as a means of administering nutrient substances, medicinal substances, or opaque material for radiologic examination of the lower intestinal tract; see also barium test. Unle...
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enema

clyster noun injection of a liquid through the anus to stimulate evacuation; sometimes used for diagnostic purposes
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Enema

En'e·ma noun ; plural Latin Enemata . [ Latin enema , Greek ..., from ... to send in; ... in + ... to send.] (Medicine) An injection, or clyster, thrown into the rectum as a medicine, or to impart nourishment. Hoblyn.
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enema

a clyster or injection; a liquid injected or to be injected into the rectum.
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Enema

Administration of liquid into the rectum (bowel) through a tube, usually with the aim of triggering bowel movement and the passage of stools.
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Enema

Administration of liquid into the rectum (bowel) through a tube, usually with the aim of triggering bowel movement and the passage of stools. Some doctors prefer for their laboring patients to have an enema before childbirth.
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Enema

An enema is an injection of fluid into the large intestine / colon to empty the bowel. It can also be used to make the bowels show up more clearly in an X-ray.
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Enema

An injection of fluid into the rectum for cleaning, healing, sedative, diagnostic or nutritive purposes.
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Enema

Fluid injected into the rectum for the purpose of clearing out the bowel.
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Enema

Fluid injected into the rectum for the purpose of clearing out the bowel.
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Enema

No longer routinely administered in hospitals for laboring women, an enema empties the bowels.
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Enema

No longer routinely administered in hospitals for laboring women, an enema empties the bowels.
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Enema

Putting liquid into the rectum (back passage) to clear it out.
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Enema

The act of douching or cleaning the anal cavity and rectum. Can be a fetish preference.
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enema

The injection of a liquid through the anus into the large bowel.
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enema

Type: Term Pronunciation: en′ĕ-mă Definitions: 1. A rectal injection for clearing out the bowel, or for administering drugs or food.
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enema

[n] - injection of a liquid through the anus to stimulate evacuation
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