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lux·ate

 (lŭk′sāt′)
tr.v. lux·at·ed, lux·at·ing, lux·ates
To put out of joint; dislocate.

[Latin luxāre, luxāt-, from luxus, dislocated.]

lux·a′tion n.

luxate

(ˈlʌkseɪt)
vb
(Pathology) (tr) pathol to put (a shoulder, knee, etc) out of joint; dislocate
[C17: from Latin luxāre to displace, from luxus dislocated; related to Greek loxos oblique]
luxˈation n

lux•ate

(ˈlʌk seɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to put out of joint; dislocate: The accident luxated the left shoulder.
[1615–25; < Latin luxātus, past participle of luxāre to put out of joint, derivative of luxus dislocated]
lux•a′tion, n.

luxate


Past participle: luxated
Gerund: luxating

Imperative
luxate
luxate
Present
I luxate
you luxate
he/she/it luxates
we luxate
you luxate
they luxate
Preterite
I luxated
you luxated
he/she/it luxated
we luxated
you luxated
they luxated
Present Continuous
I am luxating
you are luxating
he/she/it is luxating
we are luxating
you are luxating
they are luxating
Present Perfect
I have luxated
you have luxated
he/she/it has luxated
we have luxated
you have luxated
they have luxated
Past Continuous
I was luxating
you were luxating
he/she/it was luxating
we were luxating
you were luxating
they were luxating
Past Perfect
I had luxated
you had luxated
he/she/it had luxated
we had luxated
you had luxated
they had luxated
Future
I will luxate
you will luxate
he/she/it will luxate
we will luxate
you will luxate
they will luxate
Future Perfect
I will have luxated
you will have luxated
he/she/it will have luxated
we will have luxated
you will have luxated
they will have luxated
Future Continuous
I will be luxating
you will be luxating
he/she/it will be luxating
we will be luxating
you will be luxating
they will be luxating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been luxating
you have been luxating
he/she/it has been luxating
we have been luxating
you have been luxating
they have been luxating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been luxating
you will have been luxating
he/she/it will have been luxating
we will have been luxating
you will have been luxating
they will have been luxating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been luxating
you had been luxating
he/she/it had been luxating
we had been luxating
you had been luxating
they had been luxating
Conditional
I would luxate
you would luxate
he/she/it would luxate
we would luxate
you would luxate
they would luxate
Past Conditional
I would have luxated
you would have luxated
he/she/it would have luxated
we would have luxated
you would have luxated
they would have luxated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.luxate - move out of position; "dislocate joints"; "the artificial hip joint luxated and had to be put back surgically"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
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The metatarsophalangeal joints appear to be less susceptible to luxations and may be dislocated without ligamentous damage.
Transarticular pinning was successful, even though it is indicated for recurrent luxation or in cases in which more conservative methods cannot be used (BENNETT & DUFF, 1980); the use of a toggle pin would have been another alternative and has been used successfully in the treatment of caudoventral hip luxations in small animals (CETINKAYA & OLCAY, 2010).
The most common dental injuries are lateral luxations which can be seen with a prevalence of up to 27% among dental injuries.
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1) In 1855, he published Traite des Fractures et des Luxations in which he described a "double-vertical" fracture of the pelvis with clinically apparent displacement of one hemipelvis involving disruption of both anterior and posterior aspects of the pelvic ring, which later came to be known as a "Malgaigne" fracture.
Coexisting fractures or luxations were stabilized by reduction or by external/internal fixation after hemodynamic stabilization.
Des fractures et des luxations ont ete diagnostiquees au niveau de cette structure hospitaliere.
It is so due to the higher probability for the presence of ankylosed segments in this age layer, what favors twists and luxations of the adjacent segments (5).