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amputation of the upper limb with removal of the scapula and the clavicle; called also forequarter a.
restoration of blood flow to an area or part that was temporarily ischemic.
resulting from the activity of physicians. Originally applied to disorders induced in the patient by autosuggestion based on the physician's examination, manner, or discussion, the term is now applied to any adverse condition in a patient occurring as the result of treatment by a physician or surgeon, especially to infections acquired by the patient during the course of treatment. Cf. nosocomial.
a pinpoint, nonraised, perfectly round, purplish red spot caused by intradermal or submucous hemorrhage. Cf. ecchymosis, and see petechial hemorrhage, under hemorrhage.
have a period of unimpaired mental function
1. in an experimental animal, to eliminate cerebral function by transecting the brain stem between the superior colliculi and the vestibular nuclei or by ligating the common carotid arteries and the basilar artery at the center of the pons. 2. an animal so prepared. 3. a person with brain damage resulting in neurologic signs similar to those of a decerebrated animal; the human brain lesion may differ somewhat from that of an experimental animal. See also decerebrate rigidity, under rigidity.
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