Definition of luxation
: dislocation of an anatomical part (as a bone at a joint or the lens of the eye)
Origin of luxation
Late Latin luxation-, luxatio, from Latin luxare to dislocate, from luxus dislocated — more at lock
First Known Use: 1552
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Medical Definition of luxation
: dislocation of an anatomical part
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