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Definition of the noun abruption

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noun - plural: abruptions

  1. an instance of sudden interruption

Alternative definition of the noun abruption

noun

  1. A sudden breaking off; a sudden termination; a violent separation of bodies.

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Google previewDanforth's Obstetrics and Gynecology (2008)

by Ronald S. Gibbs

PLACENTAL ABRUPTION Placental abruption is a pathologic condition in which some part of the placenta prematurely separates...

An abruption is the clinically recognized end result when villi separate from the underlying decidua basalis.

Google previewObstetrics by Ten Teachers, 19th Edition (2011)

by Philip N. Baker, Louise Kenny

Perinatal mortality Abruption is a significant cause of fetal and neonatal loss. Perinatal mortality rates are...

Management A large placental abruption is a life— threatening emergency for both mother and baby. The management is described in ...

Google previewIntroduction to Medical Terminology (2014)

by Ann Ehrlich, Carol L. Schroeder

or placental abruption, is a disorder in which the placenta separates from the uterine wall before the birth of the fetus. Abruption means breaking off. This condition is a leading cause of ...

Google preview100 Questions & Answers About Your High-Risk Pregnancy (2009)

by Elizabeth S. Platt, Betty Campbell, Andrea Tetreau, Michael G. Pinette

Placental abruption is a condition in which the placenta separates from the wall of the uterus, either partially or completely, before birth. It most commonly occurs as a result of a blow to the abdomen (during a car crash, a fall, or due to domestic ...

Google previewObstetrics, Normal and Problem Pregnancies, Expert Consult (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Placental abruption is a complication of pregnancy, wherein the placental lining has separated from the uterus of the mother. It is the most common pathological cause of late pregnancy bleeding. In humans, it refers to the abnormal separation ...

Google previewManual of High Risk Pregnancy and Delivery (2010)

by Elizabeth S. Gilbert

The most sensitive laboratory test indicating an abruption is a decreased fibrinogen test (Foley and Strong, ...

Google previewConns Current Therapy 2008 (2016)

Medicine, Medicine by CTI Reviews

Placental abruption is a complication of pregnancy, wherein the placental lining has separated from the uterus of the mother. It is the most common pathological cause of late pregnancy bleeding. In humans, it refers to the abnormal separation ...

Google previewEssentials of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (2012)

by Barry O'Reilly, Cecilia Bottomley, Janice Rymer

Abruption Placental abruption is a common complication of pre-eclampsia and cannot be predicted by the ...

Google previewEssentials of Human Diseases and Conditions (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Placental abruption is a complication of pregnancy, wherein the placental lining has separated from the uterus of the mother. It is the most common pathological cause of late pregnancy bleeding. In humans, it refers to the abnormal separation ...

Google previewHigh Risk Cases in Obstetrics (2014)

by Shruti Bangale Daflapurkar

ABSTRACT Placental abruption is an important cause of vaginal bleeding in the latter half of pregnancy. Peak incidence is at 24 to 26 weeks of gestation. It is an important cause of perinatal mortality and morbidity. Among the list of risk factors, ...

Google previewSelf Assessment in Obstetrics and Gynaecology by Ten Teachers 2E EMQs, MCQs, SAQs & OSCEs (2012)

by Catherine EM Aiken, Jeremy C Brockelsby, Christian Phillips

A large placental abruption is a life-threatening event and prompt steps in maternal resuscitation must be taken. An abruption is acutely dangerous for both mother and fetus, so it is critical that it is recognized as soon as possible. See Chapter ...

Google previewCurrent Therapy of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care (2008)

by Juan A. Asensio, Donald D. Trunkey

Placental abruption is the most common cause of fetal death, resulting from anoxia, prematurity, or exsanguination. Manifestations include abdominal pain, vaginal bleeding, uterine tenderness, and contractions. One of the most serious ...

Google previewOxford Desk Reference - Major Trauma (2010)

by Jason Smith, Ian Greaves, Keith Porter

Placental abruption Placental abruption is the second most common cause of foetal mortality in trauma. The incidence varies between 20 and 50%, and can be even higher in those who survive major trauma, while it is in the order of 1–5% in ...

Google previewBest Practice in Labour and Delivery

Placental abruption is the most common cause of bleeding in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. It is defined as the partial or complete premature separation of a normally situated placenta. It complicates approximately 0.3–1% of ...

Google previewUltrasound Secrets (2004)

by Vikram Dogra, Deborah J. Rubens

A placental abruption refers to separation of the placental-decidual interface by active bleeding, fresh clot, or a resolving clot in the process of autolysis. Small abruptions frequently do not involve retention of a sufficiently large quantity of blood ...

Google previewConcise Medical Dictionary (2015)

by Elizabeth Martin

(placental abruption) bleeding from a normally situated placenta causing its complete or partial detachment from the uterine wall after the 24th week of gestation. Abruption is often an unanticipated emergency, as a small bleed (* antepartum ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing & Health Professions (2016)

by Mosby

A, Mild abruption with concealed hemorrhage. B, Severe abruption with external hemorrhage. C, Complete separation with concealed hemorrhage. (McKinney et al, 2013) n observations: Bleeding from the site of separation causes abdominal ...

Google previewMosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)

by Mosby

A, Mild abruption with concealed hemorrhage. B, Severe abruption with external hemorrhage. C, Complete separation with concealed hemorrhage. (McKinney et al, 2013) n observations: Bleeding from the site of separation causes abdominal ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Original Shakespearean Pronunciation (2016)

by David Crystal

get sp abrogate" abrook y = sp abrooke" abrupt adj obropt sp abrupt abruption n obropsion abruptly ...

Google previewThe Concise Encyclopedia of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (2009)

by Deborah Mitchell

•Placental abruption. Preeclampsia increases the chance that the placenta will separate from the uterine wall (placental abruption) before delivery. This can cause heavy bleeding and threaten the life of both mother and child. • Eclampsia.

Google previewA Pentaglot Dictionary of the Terms Employed in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology... (1845)

by Shirley Palmer

Abbrecbung, abruption, Abruption. Alibrennen, n., combustion, Deflagration. Abbrennung, same, — Abdampfung, evaporation, Evaporation. Abdominoskopie, £, inspection or abdomen, Abdominoscopie. Abelmosch, m., Hibiscus abelmoschus ...

Google previewThe Pregnancy Encyclopedia (2016)

by DK

and placental abruption (see below).

Google previewEncyclopedia of Imaging (2008)

by Albert L. Baert

Acute pain and vaginal bleeding indicate a uterine or adnexal origin as in pedunculated submucosal or torsed leiomyoma, EUG, red degeneration, placental abruption, or postpartal complications (e.g., uterine rupture, postpartal hematoma).

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc (1816)

Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference

ABRUPTION. m. f. [abruptio, Lat. Preaking off, violent and sudden separation. Those which are inclosed in tone, marble, or such other folid matter, being difficulty separable iron it, because of its adhesion to all sides of them, have commonly ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

ABRUPTION, s /. [abrupt!* Lit.] Breaking off, violent and sudden separation. Those chich are inclosed in stone, ...

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