Estlander operation Est·lan·der operation (ěst’lān’dər, -län’-)
A procedure to transfer a full-thickness flap of the lip from one side of the lip to the same side of the opposite lip.
[e-stok; French e-stawk] /ɛˈstɒk; French ɛˈstɔk/ noun, plural estocs [e-stoks; French e-stawk] /ɛˈstɒks; French ɛˈstɔk/ (Show IPA) 1. a thrusting sword of the 13th–17th centuries having a long, narrow blade of rectangular section. noun a long stiff sword with a narrow (often three-sided) blade for thrusting Word Origin French ‘to thrust’
[es-tuh-kah-duh; Spanish es-taw-kah-th ah] /ˌɛs təˈkɑ də; Spanish ˌɛs tɔˈkɑ ðɑ/ noun 1. the thrust of the sword by the matador into the bull in the final stage of a bullfight, designed to kill the bull.
- Essential telangiectasia
essential telangiectasia n.
- Essential tachycardia
essential tachycardia n. Persistent rapid action of the heart that cannot be attributed to any discernible organic lesion.