lavement

lavement

(ˈleɪvmənt)
n
the act of washing, esp, in medicine, through injections of water into a hollow organ
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Castor huile, bain et / ou lavement pour l'amorcage cervical et l'induction du travail.
Les principales causes de la FRP secondaire (1) Medicaments Methysergide Pergolide Bromocriptine Ergotamine Methyldopa Hydralazine Analgesiques Beta-bloquants Tumeurs malignes Tumeurs carcinoides Lymphomes Hodgkiniens et non Hodgkiniens Sarcomes Cancers : colon, prostate, poumon, estomac Infections Tuberculose Histoplasmose Actinomycose Radiotherapie Seminome testiculaire Carcinome du colon Carcinome pancreatique Chirurgie Lymphadenectomie Colectomie Hysterectomie Anevrysectomie aortique Autres Histiocytose Maladie de l'Erdheim-Chester Amylose Traumatismes Lavement baryte Tableau 2.
Le nouveau Pape argentin Francois va imprimer son style de proximite a la premiere Semaine Sainte qu'il preside de jeudi a dimanche, du lavement des pieds dans une prison romaine a la benediction "Urbi et Orbi".
9-11, as a preliminary to poetic composition: 'Il y a un devouloir, puis le silence, puis le vide: une sorte de lavement mental' (p.
Invited to associate des Esseintes' quest for oral satisfaction with the rare linguistic pleasures he savors in literature, we are also encouraged to link his interest in jewels and lapidary imagery with the unabashed enjoyment he derives from his "lavement nourrissant a la peptone" (345).
Once again we encounter Hobbesian scornful and vengeful laughter: Roderick finds Miss Lavement's plight amusing to the point where it consoles him for her contemptuous treatment of himself.
Ainsi en est-il d'une enterite mucomembraneuse traitee, entre autres, par des lavements, ou par une pilule laxative de cascarine Leprince, avec les effets que l'on peut deviner ..., remarque ainsi Mabin.
Huysmans's detachment is conveyed in particular by the emphasis on the absurdity of des Esseintes's inventions: the extravagant idea of encrusting a living tortoise with jewels, the maniac indulgence in spraying dozens of strong perfume essences into the air of a dosed room, the grotesque procedure of taking in food "a rebours," by means of "lavements," accompanied by a comment full of wry irony on the narrator's part: "cet evenement [...] couronnait, en quelque sorte, l'existence qu'il s'etait creee; [...] la nourriture ainsi absorbee etait, a coup sur, la derniere deviation qu'on prit commettre" (333).