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recumbent

 [re-kum´bent]
lying down.

re·cum·bent

(rē-kŭm'bĕnt),
Leaning; reclining; lying down.
[L. recumbo, to lie back, recline, fr. re-, back, + cubo, to lie]

recumbent

/re·cum·bent/ (re-kum´bent) lying down.

recumbent

(rĭ-kŭm′bənt)
adj.
1. Lying down, especially in a position of comfort or rest; reclining.
2. Resting; idle.
3. Biology Resting on the surface from which it arises. Used of an organ or other structure.

re·cum′bence, re·cum′ben·cy n.
re·cum′bent·ly adv.

recumbent

[rikum′bənt]
Etymology: L, recumbere, to lie down
lying down or leaning backward. See also reclining. recumbency, n.

recumbent

adjective Lying down; reclining.

recumbent

Medtalk Lying down

re·cum·bent

(rĕ-kŭm'bĕnt)
Leaning; reclining; lying down.
[L. recumbo, to lie back, recline, fr. re-, back, + cubo, to lie]

recumbent

Lying down or reclining.

recumbent

lying down

re·cum·bent

(rĕ-kŭm'bĕnt)
Leaning; reclining; lying down.
[L. recumbo, to lie back, recline, fr. re-, back, + cubo, to lie]

recumbent (rikum´bənt),

adj to be lying down, leaning backward, or reclining.

recumbent

pertaining to recumbency.
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In this study mild clinical signs were defined as tachycardia, dyspnea, arrhythmia, apathy, frequent urination, reluctance to move, and engorged jugular while severe clinical signs were defined as falling, recumbence, pedaling movements, opisthotonous, cyanosis, vocalization, and cardiopulmonary arrest.
Clinical signs observed in experimental studies with MFA-containing plants of the Malpighiaceae family are marked tachycardia, labored breathing, muscle tremors, loss of balance, ataxia, muscular tremors, falling, recumbence, pedaling movements, and opisthotonous leading to death in few minutes.
20) External fixation gives a stable fixation, allows early mobilization thus preventing the complications of prolonged recumbence.
are tachycardia, jugular engorgement with a venous pulse, tachypnea, a staggering gait, falls, and recumbence, followed by death.
This diurnal variation may be due to i) variation in water intake and excretion, b) rate of diuresis iii) exercise iv) recumbence and e) diet.
I/M and secure in lateral recumbence, affected eye above and under local infiltration with 2% Lignocaine hcl (2 ml).
Two heifers from Group 4 showed restlessness, bloat, and sternal and lateral recumbence, dying approximately 36h after their introduction into the paddock.
The calf was then secured in the lateral recumbence for the operation of right eye and vice versa.
Physical examination revealed a lack of motor coordination, an inability to stand, permanent sternal recumbence, ataxia, absence of a menace response, intention tremors, and nystagmus.
Calf was secured properly in the left lateral recumbence for the operation of right eye and vice versa.
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