shock


shock
shock
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1. TS med. sindrome conseguente a insufficienza circolatoria acuta, con rapido instaurarsi di torpore mentale, astenia fisica, ipotensione arteriosa e sudorazione | reazione organica violenta indotta da un intenso stimolo fisico o psichico
2. CO estens., violento e improvviso turbamento psichico: subire uno shock, essere sotto shock
3. TS fis. variazione improvvisa e intensa di una grandezza fisica: shock termico
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DATA: 1899.
ETIMO: ingl. shock propr. "urto, colpo", der. di (to) shock "colpire".
POLIREMATICHE:
shock allergico: loc.s.m. TS med.
shock anafilattico: loc.s.m. TS med.
shock da ustione: loc.s.m.inv. TS med.
shock elettrico: loc.s.m. TS elettr.
shock emorragico: loc.s.m. TS med.
shock insulinico: loc.s.m. TS med.
shock operatorio: loc.s.m. TS med.
shock petrolifero: loc.s.m. CO
shock traumatico: loc.s.m. TS med., psic.

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