evagination


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evagination

 [e-vaj″ĭ-na´shun]
an outpouching of a layer or part.

e·vag·i·na·tion

(ē-vaj'i-nā'shŭn),
Protrusion of some part or organ from its normal position.
[L. e, out, + vagina, sheath]

e·vag·i·na·tion

(ē-vaj'i-nā'shŭn)
Protrusion of some part or organ from its normal position.
[L. e, out, + vagina, sheath]

evagination

A turning inside out.
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Many teleosts have a urinary bladderwhich may take the form of a simple dilatation of the ureter or a saccular evagination. It usually is very small, its volume ranging from 0.4 to 0.7 mL per 100 g body weight.
What I propose is that the only way to reconcile this antinomy with the rest of Lacanian theory is to interpret it as calling for the evagination or the turning of the phallic order back in upon itself, like the Minister's evagination of the purloined letter in Poe's tale.
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The testis, epididymis, and most of the ductus deferens are enveloped by the vaginal tunic, an evagination of abdominal peritoneum that extends through the inguinal canal into the scrotum.
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stacking is accompanied by invagination or evagination and folding over
Furthermore, evagination of most of the redfish stomachs during collection caused losses of gastrointestinal parasites and rendered the worm counts unreliable.
The end result would seem to be an evagination of self such that the mystery of inner life extends outward into the world, with no important differences inhering between individual consciousness, pregnancy, a parent's care for its child after birth, and subject-object relations more generally.