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Oma or gma
Stroma
Stromata
Stigma
Stigmata
Leiomyoma
Leiomyomata
a benign tumor derived from smooth muscle; called also fibroid and fibroid tumor.
Leiomyoma
any mental or physical mark or peculiarity that aids in the identification or in the diagnosis of a condition. 2. a mark, spot, or pore on the surface of an organ or organism. 3. follicular s. 4. in botany, the uppermost part of a pistil, which secretes a moist, sticky substance to trap and hold the pollen that reaches it
Stigma
laid out for lying or sitting upon
Stroma
Meatus/Meatus
Both singular and plural
anatomic nomenclature for a passageway in the body, especially one opening on the surface.
Meatus
Plexus/plexus
Both singular and plural
a network of lymphatic vessels, nerves, or veins.
Plexus
Adnexa/Adnexa
Both plural and singular
ocular adnexa, adnexa o´culi, the eyelids, lacrimal apparatus, and other accessory structures adjacent to the eye; called also eye or ocular appendages, structurae oculi accessoriae[TA], accessory structures of eye, and accessory visual structures.
Adnexa
Genitalia/Genitalia
Both plural and singular
the organs of reproduction, particularly those external to the body; see entries beginning organa genitalia, under organum.
ambiguous genitalia, genital organs with characteristics typical of both male and female, as seen in hermaphroditism and some types of pseudohermaphroditism.
Genitalia
Viscus
Viscera
Crus
Crura
Corpus
Corpora
L. “internal organs” ]
any large interior organ in one of the three great cavities of the body, especially in the abdomen; see Plate 56.
Viscus
the part of the lower limb from the knee to the ankle. 2. anatomic nomenclature for a leglike part.
crus I, lobulus semilunaris superior.
Crus
a discrete mass of material, as of specialized tissue. 2. in anatomical nomenclature, the entire body of the organism, or the main portion of an anatomical part, structure, or organ.
Corpus