subinvolution

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subinvolution

 [sub″in-vo-loo´shun]
incomplete involution; failure of a part to return to its normal size and condition after enlargement from functional activity.

sub·in·vo·lu·tion

(sŭb'in-vō-lū'shŭn),
Arrest of the normal involution of the uterus following childbirth with the organ remaining abnormally large.

subinvolution

/sub·in·vo·lu·tion/ (sub″in-vo-loo´shun) incomplete involution.

subinvolution

failure of a body part to return to its normal size and condition after enlargement from a functional activity. See uterine subinvolution.

sub·in·vo·lu·tion

(sŭb'in'vŏ-lū'shŭn)
Arrest of the normal involution of the uterus following childbirth, with the organ remaining abnormally large.

subinvolution

incomplete involution; failure of a part to return to its normal size and condition after enlargement from functional activity.

subinvolution of placental sites
failure of involution of the sites of placental attachment in a postpartum bitch causes persistent intrauterine bleeding and may result in death due to blood loss or uterine perforation.