Definition of Eustachian

1. a. Discovered by Eustachius.



Definition of Eustachian

1. Adjective. Of or relating to (w Bartolomeo Eustachi) (1500 or 1514–1574), also known as Eustachius, one of the founders of the science of human anatomy. ¹

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Medical Definition of Eustachian

1. Discovered by Eustachius. Pertaining to the Eustachian tube; as, Eustachian catheter. Eustachian catheter, a tubular instrument to be introduced into the Eustachian tube so as to allow of inflation of the middle ear through the nose or mouth. Eustrachian tube, a crescent-shaped fold of the lining membrane of the heart at the entrance of the vena cava inferior. It directs the blood towards the left auricle in the foetus, but is rudimentary and functionless in the adult. Origin: From Eustachi, a learned Italian physician who died in Rome, 1574. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eustachian

eurythermous
eurytherms
eurythmic
eurythmics
eurythmies
eurythmy
eurytopic
euscope
euskaltegi
eusocial
eusociality
eusol
eusols
eusporangiate
eusporangium
eustachian (current term)
eustachian catheter
eustachian cushion
eustachian tonsil
eustachian tube
eustachian tuber
eustachian valve
eustachitis
eustacies
eustacy
eustasies
eustasy
eustatic
eustatism
eustele

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