Definition of Fenestrated

1. a. Having windows; characterized by windows.



Definition of Fenestrated

1. Adjective. (architecture) Having windows ¹

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Definition of Fenestrated

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Fenestrated

1. A type of leaf anatomy with small perforation or transparent spots. Confined to a few tropical monocotyledons which grow on the island of Madagascar. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fenestrated

fenestra
fenestra cochleae
fenestra nov-ovalis
fenestra of the cochlea
fenestra of the vestibule
fenestra ovalis
fenestra rotunda
fenestra vestibuli
fenestrae
fenestrals
fenestrane
fenestranes
fenestras
fenestrate
fenestrated (current term)
fenestrated capillary
fenestrated membrane
fenestrated sheath
fenestration
fenestration operation
fenestrations
fenestrule
fenestrules
fenethylline
fenethylline hydrochloride
fenfluramine
fenfluramine hydrochloride
feng shui
feng shuied

Literary usage of Fenestrated

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"The silicious skeleton consists of a single fenestrated shell, ... The siliceous skeleton consists of two separate fenestrated valves, similar to a mussel's ..."

2. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1873)
"fenestrated NON-ADHESIVE PLASTER FOR SKIN- GRAFTING. ... Upon this strip, so fenestrated, a thin strip of gutta-percha tissue of the same breadth, ..."

3. Pye's Surgical Handicraft: A Manual of Surgical Manipulations, Minor Surgery by Walter Pye (1893)
"fenestrated Forceps. It is very desirable for the student to get into the habit of tying vessels neatly and quickly. The commonest faults are tying a ..."

4. General Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics: In Fifty-one Lectures by Theodor Billroth, Alexander von Winiwarter (1883)
"Suppurative Periostitis and Osteomyelitis.—General Condition.—Fever.—Treatment; fenestrated, Closed, Split Dressings.—Antiphlogistic Remedies.—Immersion. ..."

5. Commentaries on the Surgery of the War in Portugal, Spain, France, and the by George James Guthrie (1855)
"The inner or old serous coat, is shown to be separable into two: the epithelial, marked 1, and the fenestrated, marked 2. The middle coat is also separated ..."

6. The Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Rectum and Anus by Charles Boyd Kelsey (1884)
"... Author's; fenestrated ; Bivalve; Objections.—Colonoscope Stretching the Sphincter ; Proper Method of Performing the Operation ; Results. ..."

7. Cyclopædia of the Diseases of Children: Medical and Surgical by John Marie Keating (1889)
"... with fenestrated guide. Parker's angular tracheotomy-tube. Tracheotomy-tubes constructed of hard rubber have been widely used, but in my experience they ..."

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