zonular spaces

spatia zonularia.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • canal — A duct or channel; a tubular structure. SEE ALSO: c., duct. SYN: canalis [TA]. [L. canalis] abdominal c. SYN: inguinal c.. accessory c. a channel leading from the root …   Medical dictionary

  • spatium — SYN: space. [L.] spatia anguli iridocornealis [TA] SYN: spaces of iridocorneal angle, under space. s. endolympha′ticum [TA] SYN: endolymphatic space. s. episclerale [TA] SYN: episcleral space. s. extradura′le epidural space. s. extradurale [TA]… …   Medical dictionary

  • espacios zonulares — Eng. Zonular spaces Intersticios llenos de humor acuoso dispuestos entre las fibras zonulares …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • spatia zonularia — spa·tia zon·u·lar·ia spā sh(ē )ə .zän yə lar ē ə n a sacculated canal that is situated behind the suspensory ligament of the eye and circles the lens at its equator * * * [TA] zonular spaces: the lymph filled interstices between the fibers of the …   Medical dictionary

  • eye, human — ▪ anatomy Introduction  specialized sense organ capable of receiving visual images, which are then carried to the brain. Anatomy of the visual apparatus Structures auxiliary to the eye The orbit       The eye is protected from mechanical injury… …   Universalium

  • zonule — A small zone. SYN: zonula. ciliary z. [TA] a series of delicate meridional fibers arising from the inner surface of the orbiculus ciliaris that run in bundles between, and in a very thin layer over, the ciliary processes; at the inner borde …   Medical dictionary

  • layer — A sheet of one substance lying on another and distinguished from it by a difference in texture or color or by not being continuous with it. SEE ALSO: stratum, lamina. SYN: panniculus. ameloblastic l. the internal l. of the enamel organ. SYN: enam …   Medical dictionary

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