Medical Definition of Pars abdominalis aortae

1. The largest arterial conduit below the diaphragm. This term refers to the portion of the aorta below the diaphragm to the bifurcation into the right and left common iliac arteries. It supplies blood to the abdominal viscera, pelvic organs and lower extremities. (20 Jun 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pars Abdominalis Aortae

parrotlet
parrotlets
parrotlike
parrotries
parrotry
parrots
parrotted
parroty
parrs
parry's disease
parry fracture
parrying
parrying dagger
parrying daggers
pars
pars abdominalis aortae (current term)
pars abdominalis ductus thoracici
pars abdominalis oesophagi
pars abdominalis ureteris
pars alaris musculi nasalis
pars alveolaris mandibulae
pars amorpha
pars anterior commissurae anterioris cerebri
pars anterior commissurae rostralis
pars anterior faciei diaphragmatis hepatis
pars ascendens aortae
pars ascendens duodeni

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