See atresia.

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  • atresic — SYN: atretic. * * * atre·sic zik, sik adj ATRETIC * * * atre·sic (ə treґzik) atretic …   Medical dictionary

  • atrèsic — a|trè|sic Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • atresic — adj. (Medicine) of atresia (congenital lack of an opening, cavity or passage) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • atresic — atre·sic …   English syllables

  • atresic — zik, sik adjective Etymology: New Latin atresia + English ic : atretic …   Useful english dictionary

  • atresia — atresic /euh tree zik, sik/, atretic /euh tret ik/, adj. /euh tree zheuh, zhee euh/, n. Med. the congenital absence, or the pathological closure, of an opening, passage, or cavity. [1800 10; < NL < Gk a A 6 + três(is) perforation + ia IA] * * * …   Universalium

  • atretic — Relating to atresia. SYN: atresic, imperforate. * * * atret·ic ə tret ik adj of, relating to, or marked by atresia <atretic follicles> * * * atret·ic (ə tretґik) [atret + ic] without an opening; pertaining to or characterized by… …   Medical dictionary

  • teratosis — An anomaly producing a teras. SYN: teratism. [terato + G. osis, condition] atresic t. a t. in which any of the normal orifices, such as the nares, mouth, anus, or vagina, is imperforate. ceasmic t. a t. in which …   Medical dictionary

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