Definition of Reticula

1. reticulum [n] - See also: reticulum



Medical Definition of Reticula

1. Plural of reticulum. Origin: L. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reticula

reticence
reticences
reticencies
reticency
reticent
reticently
retick
reticket
reticketed
reticketing
retickets
reticle
reticle eyepiece
reticles
reticul-
reticula (current term)
reticular
reticular activating system
reticular cartilage
reticular cell
reticular degeneration
reticular dystrophy of cornea
reticular erythematous mucinosis
reticular fibre
reticular formation
reticular layer of corium
reticular membrane
reticular nuclei of the brainstem
reticular nucleus of thalamus

Literary usage of Reticula

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1. Publication by Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"The substance of the reticula is thick compared with that of other British species ... The reticula covers all the panels formed by the outer walls of the ..."

2. A Manual of Histology by Thomas Edward Satterthwaite (1881)
"spection of capillary reticula will generally enable us to decide the nature of the ... reticula with elongated meshes (the muscles, bones, and tendons). ..."

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