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Pool

(pūl),
Eugene H., U.S. surgeon, 1874-1949. See: Pool phenomenon, Pool-Schlesinger sign.

pool

(pūl),
1. A collection of blood or other fluid in any region of the body; pool of blood results from dilation and retardation of the circulation in the capillaries and veins of the region.
2. A combination of resources.
[A.S. pōl]

pool

(pldbomacl)
1. a common reservoir on which to draw; a supply available to be used by a group.
2. to create such a reservoir or supply, as the mixing of plasma from several donors.
3. an accumulation, as of blood in a part of the body due to retardation of the venous circulation.

pool

Medtalk The totality of a substance, material or resource in a 'universe'–eg, metabolic pool, donor pool, gene pool. See Gene pool, High-risk pool, Reinsurance pool, Risk pool, Storage pool, Whirlpool, Zero work pool.

pool

(pūl)
1. A collection of blood or other fluid in any region of the body; pooling of blood results from dilation and retardation of the circulation in the capillaries and veins of the part.
2. A combination of resources.
[A.S. pōl]

pool

(pūl)
Collection of blood or other fluid in any body region; blood pooling results from dilation and retardation of circulation in capillaries and veins of the region.
[A.S. pōl]
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