prolapse

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Englisch - Englisch
A moving out of place, especially a protrusion of an internal organ
To move out of place; especially for an internal organ to protrude beyond its normal position
{v} to extend or jut out too much
The falling down of a part through the orifice with which it is naturally connected, especially of the uterus or the rectum
To fall down or out; to protrude
the slipping or falling out of place of an organ (as the uterus)
slip or fall out of place, as of body parts; "prolapsed rectum"
To fall or tilt, as a uterus or bladder might if the ligaments holding it in place become stretched
Focal contour deformity in the posterior disc margin It is a nonspecific term
{f} fall out of place, slip out of the correct position (Medicine); move out of position, slip out of place
the slipping or falling out of place of an organ (as the uterus) slip or fall out of place, as of body parts; "prolapsed rectum
to sink down
{i} instance of falling out of place, instance of sinking out of the correct position (Medicine)
If an organ in someone's body prolapses, it moves down from its normal position. Sometimes the original abortion was done so badly that the uterus prolapsed. the slipping of an inner part of your body, such as the womb, from its usual position (prolapsus, from , past participle of prolabi ). Protrusion of an internal organ out of its normal place, usually of the rectum or uterus outside the body when supporting muscles weaken. The membrane lining the rectum can push out through the anus, most often in old people with constipation who strain during defecation. Chronic rectal prolapse requires surgical repair. The uterus may prolapse into the vagina after gravity adds to weakness from childbirth injuries. Temporary supports and pelvic exercises can relieve mild uterine prolapse, but severe prolapse may require hysterectomy
A prolapse is when one of the organs in the body moves down from its normal position
when part of the body (for instance, a section of intestine) slips from its normal position
prolapsus
prolapsion
mitral valve prolapse
cardiopathy resulting from the mitral valve not regulating the flow of blood between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart
mitral valve prolapse
an abnormality of the valve between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart that causes backward flow of blood from the left ventricle into the left atrium
mitral valve prolapse
A condition that occurs when the leaflets of the mitral valve between the left atrium (upper chamber) and left ventricle (lower chamber) bulge into the ventricle and permit backflow of blood into the atrium The condition is often associated with progressive mitral regurgitation
mitral valve prolapse
a bulge in the valve between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart that causes backward flow of blood into the atrium
mitral valve prolapse
A common slight deformity of the mitral valve, situated in the left side of the heart that can cause mitral insufficiency (leakage of the valve) Also known as "floppy valve syndrome " Mitral valve prolapse causes a characteristic heart murmur that may be heard by the physician through a stethoscope during a routine examination
mitral valve prolapse
Bulging of the leaflets of the mitral valve into the left atrium during the heart's contraction
prolapsed
{s} fallen out of place, dropped out of the correct position (Medicine)
prolapsed
past of prolapse
prolapses
third-person singular of prolapse
prolapses
plural of , prolapse
prolapsing
present participle of prolapse
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) Prolapsus.Bir vücut parçası veya organın normal pozisyonundan kayması,sarkması veya düşmesi durumu
Rectal Prolapse
(Tıp) Rektumun kayarak anüsten dışarı çıkması (Pırtlaması) hali
prolapse
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