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Synonyms for exteriorize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for exteriorize

bring outside the body for surgery, of organs

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make external or objective, or give reality to

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Nausea and vomiting were increased in exteriorized group but proper regional anesthetic technique and achieving adequate analgesia can reduce patient discomfort.
A laparoscopic surgery is not necessary to be performed if the tumor is huge resulting in limited space and hard to be exteriorized.
The bag is similarly opened, the specimen contained, and the neck of the bag exteriorized.
The cultural memory is defined through its exteriorized forms that can be transferred in different contexts and times:
In her essay, though, the author shows, above all, a process that frequently appears in Gothic fiction and which is similarly activated in these narratives: that is, the shifting of both individual and collective fears to a faraway foreign context, where they may be exteriorized for a time.
Then the paired sternohyoid muscles were bluntly separated and the oesophagus was exteriorized.
My sister says her feelings are exteriorized, articulated by the emotions in the poem and I can help bring things out" ("Burying the Typewriter," Minneapolis: Gray wolf Press, 2012, p.
Surgical intervention: A caudal midline celiotomy was performed and the bladder was identified and exteriorized manually.
The ureteric stents pass through the anterior neobladder wall, and are exteriorized.
The resulting violence that Pemberton engages in eventually undermines his masculinity as Pemberton finds himself unable to police boundaries of power the way Serena desires, leaving chinks in his exteriorized masculine identity.
Supply of fuel for institutions and structures exteriorized CHRU Montpellier:-Oil Domestic standard - FOD engine dieselmarche ordinairelot uniquecaracteristiques fuel oil: heating oil standard-sulfur 0.
The process of the aesthetic use of common gestures can be described in terms of the phaneroscopic categories theorized by Charles Sanders Peirce, so that primary emotionality (firstness), related to the category of preconscious or unconscious feeling, can be exteriorized by way of spontaneous, (quasi-)involuntary gestures (secondness or factual action).
Indications for multichannel Urodynamic testing * Previous surgery for incontinence * Suspected intrinsic sphincteric deficiency (positive empty supine stress test) * Recent pelvic surgery * History of pelvic radiotherapy * Abnormal voiding (elevated postvoid residual) * Exteriorized vaginal prolapse * Significant symptoms of urinary urgency * Neurologic diseases * Diabetes or other conditions that may affect bladder function
Reverse posterior interosseous flap based on an exteriorized pedicle to cover digital skin defects.