foveola

foveola
A minute fovea or pit. [Mod. L. dim. of L. fovea, pit]
- f. coccygea [TA] SYN: coccygeal f..
- coccygeal f. [TA] a depression in the skin over the coccyx caused by the caudal retinaculum. SYN: f. coccygea [TA], coccygeal dimple, postanal dimple.
- f. gastrica [TA] SYN: gastric pit.
- granular foveolae [TA] pits on the inner surface of the skull, along the course of the superior sagittal sinus, in which are lodged the arachnoidal granulations. SYN: foveolae granulares [TA], granular pits, pacchionian depressions.
- foveolae granulares [TA] SYN: granular foveolae.
- f. ocularis SYN: f. of retina.
- f. papillaris the minute depression sometimes seen at the apex of a papilla of the kidney where a papillary duct opens into a calix.
- f. of retina [TA] the central portion of the central retinal fovea that contains cones only. SYN: f. retinae [TA], f. ocularis.
- f. retinae [TA] SYN: f. of retina.
- f. suprameatalis SYN: suprameatal triangle.
- f. suprameatica [TA] SYN: suprameatal triangle.

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fo·ve·o·la fō-'vē-ə-lə n, pl -lae -.lē or -las a small pit specif one of the pits in the embryonic gastric mucosa from which the gastric glands develop
fo·ve·o·lar -lər adj

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n.
(in anatomy) a small depression.

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fo·ve·o·la (fo-veґo-lə) gen. and pl. foveґolae [L., dim. of fovea] a small pit or depression. foveolar adj

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  • foveola coccygea — [TA] coccygeal foveola a small pit in the skin near the tip of the coccyx, indicative of the site of attachment of the embryonic neural tube to the skin; called also postanal dimple or pit …   Medical dictionary

  • foveola retinae — [TA] foveola of retina: an extremely small depression in the floor of the fovea centralis, which is devoid of rod cells but contains rodlike elongated cones …   Medical dictionary

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  • foveola — n.; pl. lae [L. dim. fovea, pit] 1. An extremely small pit; a small fovea. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A small pit into which the antennae are inserted …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • foveola — foveolar, adj. /foh vee euh leuh/, n., pl. foveolae / lee /. Biol. a small fovea; a very small pit or depression. [1840 50; < NL; dim. of FOVEA; see OLE1] * * * …   Universalium

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