Medical Definition of Fish-mouth meatus

1. A red and swollen condition of the orifice of the urethra (urinary meatus) in gonorrhoea. Internal acoustic meatus, a canal running from the opening of the internal acoustic meatus, through the petrous portion of the temporal bone, ending at the fundus where a thin plate of bone separates it from the vestibule; it gives passage to the facial and vestibulocochlear nerves together with the labyrinthine artery and veins. Synonym: meatus acusticus internus, internal auditory meatus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fish-mouth Meatus

fischerindoles
fischesserite
fiscs
fisetic
fisetin
fisgig
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fish-bellied
fish-block
fish-eating grin
fish-eye lens
fish-finger
fish-fly
fish-knife
fish-mouth meatus (current term)
fish-mouth mitral stenosis
fish-odour syndrome
fish-out-of-water
fish-pond
fish-tackle
fish-tail
fish-trap
fish-worship
fish 'n' chips
fish and chips
fish ball
fish berry
fish bowl
fish bowl granuloma

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