prolapsed

[ noun proh-laps, proh-laps; verb proh-laps ]SEE DEFINITION OF prolapsed
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The prolapsed iris should be seized with the forceps and withdrawn from the wound.

If the hand has prolapsed, the direction of the palm and of the thumb will soon show the position of the child.

On an examination being made, the right foot of the child was found to present, the cord was prolapsed, and did not pulsate.

If these muscles are lacking in tone, if they are relaxed, prolapsed and weak, then they cannot properly perform their functions.

It should be begun very gradually at the opening of the skating season, and not undertaken if the internal organs are prolapsed.

A most important point in the management of Piles, and one often neglected, is to replace the prolapsed tumors.