exsanguination

exsanguination
exsanguination [ɛksɑ̃ginɑsjɔ̃] n. f.
ÉTYM. Mil. XXe; de ex-, lat. sanguis, sanguinis « sang », et -ation.
Méd. Action d'enlever le sang (d'un sujet). || Exsanguination pratiquée lors d'une exsanguino-transfusion.
0 On piétina dans la neige haute pour haler la bête que l'on reconduisit vers la maison où le paysan lui trancha la moitié de la gorge pour que l'exsanguination se fît le mieux possible.
Maurice Métral, Ce haut-pays dont je suis l'enfance, p. 37.

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