diastasis definition

  • noun:
    • Pathology Separation of normally accompanied parts, like the split of adjacent bones without break or of certain abdominal muscles during maternity.
    • Physiology the final phase of diastole inside heart, happening just before contraction and during which small additional blood goes into the ventricle.
    • a separation between two elements of a bone, without fracture
    • A forcible separation of bones without fracture.
    • Forcible separation of bones without break, because of external technical injury or direct assault; dislocation; luxation.
    • split of an epiphysis through the long bone to which it is usually connected without fracture associated with bone
    • Pathology Separation of generally accompanied components, including the split of adjacent bones without fracture or of particular belly muscles during pregnancy.
    • Physiology the past stage of diastole into the heart, occurring before contraction and where small additional bloodstream gets in the ventricle.
    • a separation between two components of a bone, without break
    • A forcible split of bones without fracture.
    • Forcible split of bones without break, because of exterior mechanical damage or direct physical violence; dislocation; luxation.
    • split of an epiphysis from lengthy bone that it really is usually connected without break for the bone

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