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Definition of Fimbrial
1. fimbria [adj] - See also: fimbria
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fimbrial
Literary usage of Fimbrial
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gynæcology for students & practitioners by Thomas Watts Eden (1920)
"(d) fimbrial Cysts : Rete-testis Cysts. In young subjects collection of minute tubules may be traced from the hilum of the ovary upwards and outwards along ..."
2. The Evolution of the diseases of women by Walter Balls-Headley (1894)
"In fimbrial closure evolutionary disease of the ovary is cssi-nt ¡¡il. In uterine closure of the tube peritonitis must ensue ; if it be not fatal, ..."
3. Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy: Principles and Techniques by Camran Nezhat (2000)
"Agglutinated fimbrial folds are caused by fine avascular adhesions. As the fimbrial folds float and disperse in the fluid, the adhesions become visible; ..."
4. Anatomical Technology as Applied to the Domestic Cat: An Introduction to by Burt Green Wilder, Simon Henry Gage (1882)
"F. fimbriae, F. fmb., the fimbrial fissure.—Fig. 121, 125: PI. IV, Fig. 14, 17; §1172. A distinct and apparently constant depressed line between the ..."
5. A System of Gynaecology by Thomas Clifford Allbutt, William Smoult Playfair (1896)
"Should the quantity of fimbrial effusion be greater the peritonitis is stronger. If the quality be virulent and the quantity large, the fimbrial effusion ..."
6. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1885)
"... or cephalad portion of the " third ventricle "), and (U) the fimbrial revert (the reverted margin of the fimbria or " corpus fimbriatum ") and its ..."
7. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1885)
"... or cephalad portion of the " third ventricle "), and (/i) the fimbrial revert (the reverted margin of the fimbria or " corpus fimbriatum ..."