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retroposed ret·ro·posed (rět’rə-pōzd’)
Displaced backward.


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    retroposition ret·ro·po·si·tion (rět’rō-pə-zĭsh’ən) n. A simple backward displacement of a structure or organ, such as the uterus, without retroversion or retroflexion.

  • Retroposon

    retroposon ret·ro·po·son (rět’rō-pō’sən) n. A transposition of DNA sequences that does not occur in DNA itself but rather when mRNA is transcribed back into the genomic DNA.

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  • Retropulsion

    /ˌrɛtrəʊˈpʌlʃən/ noun 1. (med) an abnormal tendency to walk backwards: a symptom of Parkinson’s disease retropulsion ret·ro·pul·sion (rět’rō-pŭl’shən) n. An involuntary backward walking or running, as seen in Parkinsonism. A pushing back of a part or organ.

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