Definition of Dilator. Meaning of Dilator. Synonyms of Dilator

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Definition of Dilator

Dilator
Dilator Di*lat"or, n. [See Dilate.] 1. One who, or that which, widens or expands. 2. (Anat.) A muscle that dilates any part. 3. (Med.) An instrument for expanding a part; as, a urethral dilator.

Meaning of Dilator from wikipedia

- pupillary dilation. For example, a bronchodilator. A muscle which causes dilation of a part, for example, the iris dilator muscle or the dilator naris muscle...
- resembling an anal dilator Proctoscope, another medical device inserted anally ****l dilator, an equivalent device for dilating the **** Francisco...
- The iris dilator muscle (pupil dilator muscle, pupillary dilator, radial muscle of iris, radiating fibers), is a smooth muscle of the eye, running radially...
- Look up dilation, dilatation, dilate, or dilates in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dilation (or dilatation) may refer to: Cervical dilation, the widening...
- Time dilation is the difference in elapsed time as measured by two clocks, either because of a relative velocity between them (special relativity), or...
- Dilatancy may refer to: Dilatancy (granular material): an increase in volume under shear Dilatancy (viscous material): the solidification of viscous fluids...
- With solid ****l dilators, the patient starts with the smallest dilator size, then gradually increasing until the largest dilator size is reached. This...
- Tschoudowski: De la dilatation du canal cervical (d’après Hegar). (1879) Arch Tocol 6: 737–755 "Medgyn Hegar Single Ended Cervical Dilator". "Premium Instruments...
- Dilation (usually represented by ⊕) is one of the basic operations in mathematical morphology. Originally developed for binary images, it has been expanded...
- nerve (VII), which supplies it. The dilator naris muscle is divided into posterior and anterior parts. The dilator naris posterior is placed partly beneath...