divarication


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di·var·i·ca·tion

 (dī-văr′ĭ-kā′shən, dĭ-)
n.
1. The act of divaricating.
2. The condition of being divaricate.
3. A divergence of opinion.

divarication

a difference of opinion.
See also: Argumentation
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Noun1.divarication - branching at a wide angle
branching, ramification, fork, forking - the act of branching out or dividing into branches

divarication

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Management of gross divarication of the recti abdominis in pregnancy and labour.
sup][40] The dual-lumen catheter is associated with a higher incidence of the divarication in comparison with the single-lumen throughout the procedure.
The measurements taken were: footprint length (FL), footprint width (FW), pace length (PL), stride length (SL), trackway deviation (TD), external trackway width (eTW), pace angulation (ANG), footprint rotation (FR), digit divarication angles (nAIII, IIIAIV, IIAIV), and the extension of the digit III beyond a line drawn across the tip of the digits II and IV, measured down the axis of digit III (TE).
Comparison between onlay and retromuscular drainless mesh repair for para-umbilical hernia with divarication of recti.