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Synonyms for extensile

Synonyms for extensile

capable of being protruded or stretched or opened out

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An extensile load tries to separate atoms within a solid.
Frye's view of visionary power symbolically trapped in a circular ouroboros or bound to a tree of religious mystery and natural cycles seemed to offer a compelling archetype for the limitations of political revolt, but Hobson's thorough cataloging of Blake's snakes show they are not, in fact, bound and are as often dynamic, cheerful, brightly colored extensile forms illustrating rebellion and sexuality.
10) If intra-operative complications occur, such as femoral shaft fracture, that require a more extensile approach, occasionally a direct lateral or posterolateral approach must be used to supplement the direct anterior approach.
All the patients were operated under spinal anesthesia with the patient in lateral position, through lateral extensile approach.
Skin and Subcutaneous Fat: An extensile incision is used that provides effective debridement visualization.
The surgical approach should be extensile in nature to permit possible future resections for local recurrence or revisions.
The operative approach was extensile and provided full view of the field and caused no problems in hardware placement.
Prophylaxis for heterotopic ossification was not ordered following surgery, as it is typically reserved for select cases applying Kocher-Langenbeck or extensile acetabular approaches.
Tenders are invited for Adhesive Plaster Non Extensile Tape Woven 10 Cm X 5 M Long In Spool
DISCUSSION: Ankyloblepharon filiforme adnatum is characterized by the presence of isolated strands of extensile tissue passing between the upper and lower lid margins.
4) The extensile volar Henry approach was utilized at the time, and surgical management was abandoned due to unacceptably high rates of complications, commonly involving injuries to the radial and median nerves.
Surgery was performed in lateral position either in general or regional anaesthesia by extensile lateral approach in all patients.
At the time of surgery, the surgeon should be familiar and feel comfortable with the extensile approaches to the hip and femur.
An evaluation of 18 tibial plateau fractures in which extensile meniscal detachment approach was used.