prolapse

[ noun proh-laps, proh-laps; verb proh-laps ]SEE DEFINITION OF prolapse
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After operation the chief danger is prolapse of the iris into the wound.

Wounds at the edge of the cornea are often followed by prolapse of the iris.

When these are used, the same plan as that mentioned in case of prolapse in children should be pursued.

The bowel should be searched for polypi or hemorrhoids, and the prolapse may be cured by the removal of the irritating cause.

Those who suffer from prolapse of piles should avoid the habitual use of cushioned seats.

In obstinate cases of prolapse Agnew48 recommends the use of a rectal obturator or the use of a hemorrhoidal truss.

Sick Visitors also reported that prolapse was not unusual, and that most girls found the long hours of standing very fatiguing.

The lens nucleus may prolapse through the pupil into the anterior chamber.

Upon incision of the prolapse intra-ocular hemorrhage occurred, causing nearly total blindness for two weeks.

A small button hole iridectomy was made; prolapse of the iris into the wound occurred four days later requiring incision.

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