anesthesia

[ an-uh s-thee-zhuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF anesthesia
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANESTHESIA

I urge the reader not to stick pins in himself to test the anesthesia.

These methods of anesthesia are very important and have merit.

Anesthesia from it sets in more rapidly and lasts longer than with cocaine.

They've been mighty good to us—but do you remember the anesthesia?

One element that is extremely important for anesthesia is deep breathing.

It is known that anesthesia in women is often only apparent and local.

They performed amputations, which were without antiseptics or anesthesia.

Anesthesia is loss, either temporary or permanent, of any of the senses.

Besides these erogenous causes of anesthesia there are also psychic causes likewise determined by the repression.

Natural sleep is one of these; the unconsciousness of narcotism or anesthesia is another.

WORD ORIGIN

alternative spelling of anaesthesia (q.v.). See ae.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANESTHESIA

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