The act of breaking apart, or separating; the state of being broken asunder; as, the rupture of the skin; the rupture of a vessel or fiber; the rupture of a lutestring.
Breach of peace or concord between individuals; open hostility or war between nations; interruption of friendly relations; as, the parties came to a rupture.
Hernia. See Hernia.
A bursting open, as of a steam boiler, in a less sudden manner than by explosion. See Explosion.
To part by violence; to break; to burst; as, to rupture a blood vessel.
To produce a hernia in.
To suffer a breach or disruption.
When a nerve is torn. Often, it can be repaired by harvesting a piece of nerve elsewhere in the body and bypassing the torn area by grafting the harvested piece into usable sites on the damaged nerve, thereby closing the gap created by the tear.
state of being torn or burst open
a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions); "they hoped to avoid a break in relations"
the act of making a sudden noisy break
separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
break or bust open
common name for hernia.
A complete tear of soft tissue. Sacro-Iliac Joint The joint formed at the junctions between Sacrum and the Ilium bones of the pelvis. The Sacro-Iliac joint can be a source of lower back pain.
Tearing apart of a tissue.
Tearing of tissue (as in a hernia) or disruption of an organ.
break or tear in any organ or soft tissue.
Forcible tearing or disruption of a tissue.
a break or tear of an organ or soft tissues.
The sudden and accidental tearing asunder, cracking, burning or bulging of a plumbing system. If the definition you're searching for is not listed, please feel free to email us.
In the breaking strength or tensile strength tests the point at which a material physically comes apart as opposed to yield strength, elongation, etc.
A rupture is a break or tear in an organ or tissue.
Rupture, or ductile rupture describes the ultimate failure of tough ductile materials loaded in tension. Rupture describes a failure mode in which, rather than cracking, the material "pulls apart", generally leaving a rough surface.