noun, plural di·as·ta·ses [dahy-as-tuh-seez] /daɪˈæs təˌsiz/.
Origin of diastasis
Examples from the Web for diastasis
The pulse was preternaturally slow—great stupor—dilatation of the pupils, and diastasis of the bones of the head.Remarks on the Subject of Lactation|Edward Morton
As the result of injury, the end of the bone may become detached, a variety of fracture known as diastasis.
Neither of them for the rest take into account the part played by diastasis and ferments.The Industries of Animals|Frdric Houssay
noun plural -ses (-ˌsiːz)
- the separation of an epiphysis from the long bone to which it is normally attached without fracture of the bone
- the separation of any two parts normally joined