physiologic leukocytosis n.
Leukocytosis not directly related to a pathological condition but instead occurring in apparently normal conditions.
- Physiologic occlusion
physiologic occlusion n. Occlusion of the teeth in harmony with the functions of the masticatory system.
- Physiologic rest position
physiologic rest position n. The habitual postural position of the mandible when at rest in the upright position and the condyles are in a neutral unstrained position in the mandibular fossae. Also called postural position.
- Physiologic retraction ring
physiologic retraction ring n. A ridge on the inner uterine surface at the boundary between the upper and lower uterine segments that occurs in the course of normal labor.
- Physiologic scotoma
physiologic scotoma n. See blind spot.