retroclusion ret·ro·clu·sion (rět’rō-klōō’zhən)
A form of acupressure used to halt bleeding.
[re-troh-kog-neyt] /ˌrɛ troʊˈkɒg neɪt/ adjective, Psychology. 1. being or pertaining to memory or extrasensory perception of past events.
- Retrocollic spasm
retrocollic spasm ret·ro·col·lic spasm (rět’rō-kŏl’ĭk) n. Torticollis in which the spasm affects the posterior neck muscles. Also called retrocollis.
/ret’-roh-k*m-pyoo’ting/ Refers to emulations of way-behind-the-state-of-the-art hardware or software, or implementations of never-was-state-of-the-art; especially if such implementations are elaborate practical jokes and/or parodies, written mostly for hack value, of more “serious” designs. Perhaps the most widely distributed retrocomputing utility was the “pnch(6)” or “bcd(6)” program on V7 and other early Unix versions, which would accept […]
retroconduction ret·ro·con·duc·tion (rět’rō-kən-dŭk’shən) n. Conduction backward from the ventricles or from the atrioventricular node into and through the atria.