atretic атретический

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  • atretic — Relating to atresia. SYN: atresic, imperforate. * * * atret·ic ə tret ik adj of, relating to, or marked by atresia <atretic follicles> * * * atret·ic (ə tretґik) [atret + ic] without an opening; pertaining to or characterized by… …   Medical dictionary

  • atretic — adjective for atresia …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • atretic — adj. (Medicine) of atresia (congenital lack of an opening, cavity or passage) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • atretic — ˈtred.ik adjective Etymology: New Latin atresia + English etic : of, relating to, or marked by atresia …   Useful english dictionary

  • Atretic corpus luteum — …   Википедия

  • atretic ovarian follicle — an ovarian follicle that began to mature but did not become the dominant follicle and has involuted …   Medical dictionary

  • atresic — SYN: atretic. * * * atre·sic zik, sik adj ATRETIC * * * atre·sic (ə treґzik) atretic …   Medical dictionary

  • corpus — 1. SYN: body. 2. Any body or mass. 3. The main part of an organ or other anatomic structure, as distinguished from the head or tail. SEE ALSO: body, diaphysis, soma. [L …   Medical dictionary

  • Double aortic arch — Classification and external resources DiseasesDB 33811 MedlinePlus 007316 …   Wikipedia

  • Atresia — Absence of a normal opening or failure of a structure to be tubular. Atresia can affect many structures in the body, including: {{}}Anal atresia congenital absence of a hole at the bottom end of the intestine. Also called imperforate anus. Aortic …   Medical dictionary

  • follicle — 1. A more or less spherical mass of cells usually containing a cavity. 2. A crypt or minute cul de sac or lacuna, such as the depression in the skin from which the hair emerges. SYN: folliculus [TA]. [L. folliculus, a small sac, dim. of follis, a …   Medical dictionary

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