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bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21     •     Categories: Stress

  Eutonology

Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21     •     Categories: Biologie/Articles liés, Chirurgie, Médecine, Médecine/Articles liés...

  Eutonologie

L'eutonologie est l'étude des réactions de l'organisme à tous types d'agressions telles que les brûlures, les blessures, le stress, le froid, les chocs opératoires, etc. Ces réactions à l'agression doivent permettre à l'organisme de se défendre et de revenir à son état normal. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia

bn:01949725n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/03/21

 No term available

 Eutonology is a word that Henri Laborit used for referring to his study of the state of tension or responsiveness of the organs or tissues of the body under a condition of stress. Wikipedia


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eutonology
eutonologie

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