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Anatomy

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Alar Pertaining to having wings, wing-like or wing-shaped.
Anastomosis A cross-connection between adjacent channels, tubes, fibers, or other parts of a network.
Aperture An opening, hole, or gap. Ex. Nasal aperture, frontomaxillary aperture.
Articulation A jointed state or formation; a joint. I.e. hip, elbow, shoulder.
Cecum Latin for blind end.
Corona A crown or crown like structure.
Duct A channel or tube for conveying something in particular. I.e. parotid duct, nasolacrimal duct, comer-nasal duct.
Epiploic/ Omentum From Greek epiploon. Latin omentum to float upon. The omentum floats soon the abdominal viscera.
Fascia A thin sheath of fibrous tissue enclosing a muscle or other organ.
Fissue A long narrow opening between bones.
Fold Something flexible and relatively flat bent over on itself so that one part of it covers another. I.e. vocal fold, vestibular fold.
Gyrus A ridge of fold between two clefts on the cerebral surface of the brain.
Created by: jcvet