Diastasis
Diastasis Di*as"ta*sis, n. [NL. See {Diastase}.] (Surg.) A forcible separation of bones without fracture. [1913 Webster]

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  • Diastasis — (from the Ancient Greek διάστασις separation ) may refer to: Diastasis (pathology) is the separation of parts of the body that are normally joined together, such as the separation of certain abdominal muscles during pregnancy, or of adjacent… …   Wikipedia

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  • diastasis — (Del gr. diastasis.) ► sustantivo femenino MEDICINA Separación entre dos estructuras óseas, sin que exista fractura o luxación. IRREG. plural diastasis …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • diastasis — /duy as teuh sis/, n., pl. diastases / seez /. 1. Med. the separation of normally joined parts, as in the dislocation of bones, without fracture. 2. Physiol. the diastolic rest period immediately preceding systole. [1735 45; < NL < Gk diástasis a …   Universalium

  • -diastasis — noun combining form (plural diastases) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek diastasis separation 1. : disintegration myelodiastasis …   Useful english dictionary

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