diastasis

NOUN
  1. separation of an epiphysis from the long bone to which it is normally attached without fracture of the bone
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  • SEPARATION OF EPIPHYSES [1] [1] We do not employ the term "diastasis," which has been used in different senses by different writers. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • There were prominent bilateral scalp contusions with soft tissue and intramuscular haemorrhage, symmetrical parietal skull fractures with coronal sutural diastasis, and a lacerated dura mater with extrusion of brain and blood.
  • Sometimes the epiphysis is displaced, and sometimes there is displacement (diastasis) of the one bone from the other. Instruments Of Reduction
  • And Elise Gulan reminds all women that you need to see your doc before you start a real fitness plan of any kind, and one of the things she should check for is diastasis recti stretching of the midline of the ab muscles. The Mommy Diet
  • Solutions: In most cases the diastasis will resolve over time after the baby is born. Abby Sims: Preventing Pregnancy Aches and Pains
  • Persons who, in jumping from a height, have pitched on the heel, so as to occasion diastasis (separation) of the bones, ecchymosis of the veins, and contusion of the nerves, - when these symptoms are very violent, there is danger that the parts may sphacelate, and give trouble to the patient during the remainder of his life; for these bones are so constructed as to slip past one another, and the nerves communicate together. Instruments Of Reduction
  • This test will fail if the abdominal musculature is very weak or if you are feeling through a diastasis recti.
  • Persons who, in jumping from a height, have pitched on the heel, so as to occasion diastasis (separation) of the bones, ecchymosis of the veins, and contusion of the nerves, - when these symptoms are very violent, there is danger that the parts may sphacelate, and give trouble to the patient during the remainder of his life; for these bones are so constructed as to slip past one another, and the nerves communicate together. Instruments Of Reduction
  • The ruptured interosseous ligament is obvious in this case from the diastasis of the tibia and fibula, and the small avulsion fragment from the lateral aspect of the tibia.
  • In the postpartum period, your abdominal muscles require exercise to recover their former shape and strength while avoiding further separation or diastasis see page 341. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn
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