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Literary usage of Tetanically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures by Henry W. Cattell, M. D. Witherspoon (1915)
"In long-standing cases of chronic habitual constipation the external sphincter may become tetanically contracted and hypertrophied 13 as a result of chronic ..."
2. Selected monographs: Kussmaul and Tenner on Epileptiform Convulsions from by Albrecht von Graefe, Adolf Kussmaul, Adolf Tenner, Albrecht Wagner (1859)
"First the muscles of the neck and fore legs become paralysed, whilst the back part of the body is bent backwards and the hind legs are tetanically extended, ..."
3. Diseases of the digestive system by Frank Billings (1906)
"In well-developed cases we note from time to time that the coils of the intestine above the stenosed area contract tetanically with sensations of actual ..."
4. A Treatise on Hysteria and Epilepsy: With Some Concluding Observations on by James Leonard Corning (1888)
"First, the muscles of the neck and fore legs become paralyzed, while the back part of the body is bent forward and the hind legs are tetanically extended ..."
5. The Elements of clinical diagnosis by Georg Klemperer (1904)
"... produces in apparently healthy individuals a temporary expiratory dyspnoea of the most intense kind. During such an attack the diaphragm is tetanically ..."
6. A Manual of obstetrics by John Cooke Hirst (1919)
"(i) A tetanically contracted uterus with a high contraction ring; (2) very firm engagement of the presenting part; (3) an impossible pelvis; (4) a gigantic ..."