obstipation

[n] - severe constipation resulting from an obstruction in the intestines
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Obstipation

Ob`sti·pa'tion noun [ Latin obstipatio a close pressure; ob (see Ob- ) + stipare to press.] 1. The act of stopping up, as a passage. [ Obsolete] Bailey. 2. (Medicine) Extreme constipation. [ Obsolete] Hooper.
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obstipation

Intractable constipation. ... Origin: L. Obstipatio ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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obstipation

noun severe constipation resulting from an obstruction in the intestines
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obstipation

(ob″stĭ-pa´shәn) intractable constipation.
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Obstipation

• (n.) The act of stopping up, as a passage. • (n.) Extreme constipation.
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obstipation

(L. obstipatio) intractable constipation.
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Obstipation

Obstipation is a severe form of constipation, usually resulting from obstruction of the intestinal tract.
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obstipation

Type: Term Pronunciation: ob′sti-pā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Intestinal obstruction; severe constipation.
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