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Definition of Orificial
Medical Definition of Orificial
1. Relating to an orifice of any kind. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Orificial
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1. Lectures on Nervous and Mental Diseases by Charles Sinclaire Elliott (1897)
"The teachings of orificial philosophy are so plain, practical, ... orificial philosophy asserts that a vast majority of chronic diseases and the symptoms ..."
2. A Working Manual of High Frequency Currents by Noble Murray Eberhart (1919)
"... for Relief of Pain; Cauterization; orificial Technique; Cataphoresis; Bi-Polar Tesla Technique; Selection of Most Suitable Form of Current; Fulguration; ..."
3. Pamphlets by Gaylord Dewitt Beebe, Prosper Bender, Gordon Maxwell Christine, Henry Newell Guernsey (1864)
"Reprinted from the JOURNAL OP orificial SURGERY, July, 1893. HYSTERECTOMY BY A NEW METHOD, WHICH IS SIMPLE, SAFE, BLOODLESS, AND ENTIRELY OBVIATES THE ..."