angiotribe an·gi·o·tribe (ān’jē-ə-trīb’)
A strong forceps used to arrest hemorrhage by crushing the end of a blood vessel and the tissue in which it is embedded.
angiotrophic angiotrophic an·gi·o·troph·ic (ān’jē-ō-trŏf’ĭk) adj. Relating to the nutrition of the blood vessels or lymphatics.
angiotripsy angiotripsy an·gi·o·trip·sy (ān’jē-ə-trĭp’sē) n. Use of an angiotribe to arrest hemorrhage. Also called vasotripsy.
a short-sleeved bodice that ends just below the breasts, worn by Muslim women in India.
a vast assemblage of ruins of the Khmer empire, near the modern city of Siem Reap in NW Cambodia: many elaborately carved and decorated temples, stone statues, gateways, and towers. Historical Examples The Siamese captured Angkor Thom in 1313, 1351 and 1420 but did not on any occasion hold it for long. Hinduism and Buddhism, […]