Definition of Atria

1. Noun. (plural of atrium) ¹

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Definition of Atria

1. atrium [n] - See also: atrium

Medical Definition of Atria

1. The thin-walled chambers of the heart that pump blood into the ventricles. Consists of right atrium and left atrium. (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atria

atresia folliculi
atretic corpus luteum
atria (current term)
atrial-well technique
atrial appendage
atrial arrhythmias
atrial arteries
atrial artery
atrial auricle
atrial auricula
atrial bigeminy
atrial branches
atrial capture beat
atrial chaotic tachycardia
atrial complex
atrial diastole

Literary usage of Atria

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1. Ysengrimus by Nivardus, Ernst Voigt (1884)
"... sacerdotis stantis secus atria gallum Ecclesiam populo ... schon beendet hatte une an der Eingangshalle (atria steht auch für die Kirche selbst, ..."

2. Infection, immunity and serum therapy in relation to the infectious diseases by Howard Taylor Ricketts, George Frederick Dick (1913)
"INFECTION atria AND THE EXCRETION OF MICROORGANISMS. Infection atria. The infection atrium is the primary point of invasion by micro-organisms, ..."

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