of a healthy part with an infective agent from a diseased part of the same body.
the inoculation of microorganisms (esp viruses) from one part of the body into another, usually in the form of a vaccine
autoinoculation au·to·in·oc·u·la·tion (ô’tō-ĭ-nŏk’yə-lā’shən)
A secondary infection originating from the site of an infection already present in the body.
poisoning with toxic substances formed within the body, as during intestinal digestion. Historical Examples He imagines himself the victim of autointoxication, afflicted with paralysis of the colon or dearth of intestinal secretions. Outwitting Our Nerves Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury While autointoxication may not be the primary cause of eczema, it augments all […]
. noun (physics) the process in which spontaneous decay of excited atoms or molecules results in emission of electrons, rather than photons
- Auto lift
a device, often powered hydraulically, for raising a vehicle so that the underside is accessible for inspection and repair.
a lithographic technique by which the artist draws or traces with a brush and pen directly on a stone or plate.