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Definitions of RETRACTILITY
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Of Pajot, a property of the uterine tissue by virtue of which the uterus, having been emptied of a portion of its contents, becomes thicker walled, while its capacity and its volume are diminished. It differs from contractility in that it is permanent and not intermittent, and is in inverse proportion to the distention undergone. [Lat.]
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