Stasis

• (n.) A slackening or arrest of the blood current in the vessels, due not to a lessening of the heart`s beat, but presumably to some abnormal resistance of the capillary walls. It is one of the phenomena observed in the capillaries in inflammation.
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stasis

(Gr. 'a standing still') a word termination indicating the maintenance of (or maintaining) a constant level; preventing increase or multiplication.
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stasis

(sta┬┤sis) a stoppage or diminution of flow, as of blood or other fluid in a tubular bodily structure. venous stasis slowing or complete stopping of blood flow in veins, such as with venous insufficiency; see also stasis ulcer. Called also phlebostasis and venostasis.
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stasis

noun inactivity resulting from a static balance between opposing forces
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Stasis

[fiction] In science fiction, stasis s is a suspension of the passage of time, whether by biological means (deep sleep/hypersleep) or physical means, called stasis fields. ==Overview== A stasis field is a region where a stasis process is in effect. Stasis fields in fictional settings often have several common characteristics. These include ...
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Stasis

[medicine] In medicine, stasis is the state in which the normal flow of a body liquid stops, for example the flow of blood through vessels or of intestinal contents through the digestive tract. Gastric stasis refers to the retention of fluid in the stomach. It is a side effect of some drugs, such as opioids, and can cause nausea and emesis ...
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Stasis

[political history] Stasis is a term in Greek political history. It refers to: ==The Aristeuein-ideal== According to the Iliad, it was the goal of all men of honour in archaic Greece to always be the first and superior to the others. This ideal was called the aristeuein- or aristeia-Ideal. In Homer`s days, this ideal was mainly based on per...
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Stasis

[The Outer Limits] ==Synopsis== In a future world of scarce resources the world government regulates the population into two working classes (Alphas and Betas) in order to maximize conservation. These two classes rotate in and out of suspended animation for 72 hour periods. But what happens when an Alpha and a Beta fall in love with each ot...
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Stasis

Sta'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a standing still.] (Physiol.) A slackening or arrest of the blood current in the vessels, due not to a lessening of the heart's beat, but presumably to some abnormal resistance of the capillary walls. It is one of the phenomena observed in the capilla...
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stasis

A period of little or no discernible change in a lineage.
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stasis

a slowing or stopping of blood flow
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stasis

A word termination indicating the maintenance of (or maintaining) a constant level, preventing increase or multiplication. ... Origin: Gr. = a standing still ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Stasis

civil strife; civil war.
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Stasis

Decreased flow.
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Stasis

Decreased flow.
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Stasis

Stasis: Stasis refers to a stoppage or slowdown in the flow of blood (or other body fluid such as lymph). A stasis ulcer is an ulcer (a crater) that develops in an area in which the circulation is sluggish and the venous return (the return of venous blood toward the heart) is poor. A common location for stasis ulcers is on the ankle. 'Stasis' is a ...
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Stasis

Static, atonic, unable to resolve or initiate change, resulting in lymphatic and venous stasis, congestion or stagnation...such as an intestinal blockage.
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stasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: stā′sis, stas′is; -ēz Definitions: 1. Stagnation of the blood or other fluids.
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stasis

[n] - an abnormal state in which the normal flow of a liquid (such as blood) is slowed or stopped 2. [n] - inactivity resulting from a static balance between opposing forces
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