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synonyms for decubitus

  • accumbency
  • decumbency
  • reclination
  • recumbency
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antonyms for decubitus

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  • standing
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How to use decubitus in a sentence

The decubitus is dorsal, and the legs are generally drawn up so as to relax the abdominal muscles.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IVARIOUS
Gangrene following decubitus may be prevented by using soft bedding and frequently turning the animal from one side to the other.
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If the subjacent iliac and psoas muscles be implicated, the thigh is flexed upon the leg in decubitus.
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WORDS RELATED TO DECUBITUS

  • accumbency
  • decubitus
  • decumbency
  • reclination
  • recumbency
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