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Spell Check of patency

Correct spelling: patency

Definition of patency:

the openness ( lack of obstruction) of a bodily passage or duct

Common misspellings for patency:

  • patiency (100%)
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Examples of usage for patency:

1) Corrigan wrote his famous essay on the " Permanent Patency of the Aortic Valve" when he was only twenty- nine years of age, and the work for it had been done during the preceding three years, at a hospital in which there were beds for only six medical patients. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

2) Before publishing his classic paper on the Permanent Patency of the Aortic Valves, on which his reputation as a wonderful clinical observer in medicine rests, Corrigan had called attention to some mistakes in the classification of heart murmurs as made by Laennec in Paris. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

3) Aneurism of the ascending aorta may, by extending to the mouth of this vessel, dilate it so that the valves are unable to meet, and there is then a combination of the two diseases; there is aneurism and there is permanent patency of the aortic opening. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

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