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Synonyms for exteriorisation

embodying in an outward form

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If you can put up with - and even understand - phrases like 'a so-called catalytic exteriorisation phenomenon' then go for it.
Depending on the level of contamination and impending septicemia, resection of gangrenous portion of bowel with exteriorisation of the proximal and distal end was done in all the cases of gangrene involving small bowel.
Percy Bysshe Shelley suggested the notion of the exteriorisation of conscience as far back as the early 1800s: by this he meant that the majority of humans did not have the wherewithal to develop their own ethical conscience, preferring for external persons or systems to provide it rather than do the arduous and thankless, perhaps even impossible, work on their own.
In conclusion, regarding both types of cosmopolitans, we argue that they are misled in their exteriorisation of the concept of nationalism.
There are proponents of each method, and it is claimed that while exteriorisation allows better access to the incision and therefore faster stitching, the technique causes increased vagal stimulation and nausea.