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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

Related Words

make external or objective, or give reality to

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Put another way, the excess of curiosity cannot be left "air born"; it must be interiorized so that it can be exteriorized for the clinician's gaze, for the mental and moral management and their social and cultural articulation which help to contain an exploding public sphere.
5) Melodramatic narrative patterns become similarly legible through morally familiar character types and exteriorized emotion and gesture.
As I have argued elsewhere (Irwin, 1985) a theoretical account of the OBE must comprise more than a mere specification of factors that explain why the person feels as if the self is exteriorized during the experience.
The mass is then exteriorized and any systemic feeding vessels are ligated before dissection of the cyst with electrocautery.
Her "portrait" is produced through exteriorized action rather than through interiorized psychological conflict.
This formulation of poetry as the exteriorized expression of motive does not describe translation:
Both cannulas were exteriorized to the dorsal side of the neck, where each cannula was terminated with a long silastic tube.
The right spinotrapezius muscle was then exteriorized for microscopic observation, leaving its innervation and all feed vessels intact.
The experient claims that in the second NDE, from a point near the ceiling she "watched" medical staff attending to her injured body; noted that her exteriorized self was "like it was made of light" (p.
The criminal unconscious of the masses was opened up and its figures released, exteriorized as a grand public space replete with macabre imagery, organized around the ultimate sign of the party conspiratorial consciousness--the mummy Lenin--the Grand Determinator of reality.
The right carotid artery was exteriorized and an AP50 catheter connecting a pressure transducer (MP150, Biopac system, USA) was inserted into the left atria and left ventricle to measure hemodynamic parameters, including left ventricular systolic pressure (LVSP), left ventricular end-diastolic pressure (LVEDP), maximal rate of left ventricular systolic pressure (LV+dp/dtmax) and minimum rate of left ventricular systolic pressure (LV-dp/dtmax).
The pericardium and thorax were closed and the occluder tubing was exteriorized via a subcutaneous tunnel to the dorsal aspect of the thorax.
The cremaster muscle was dissected free of tissues and exteriorized onto an optical clear viewing pedestal.
Through a midline laparotomy a gastric cannula was inserted into the stomach, and exteriorized in the anterior aspect of the abdomen.
The cannula was exteriorized through a small incision in Swiss mice (30 g) in a subcutaneous neck pouch.