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Definitions of tunica:

part of speech: noun

Applied to a number of membranes.

Usage examples for tunica:

  • But in hydrocele of the separate tunica vaginalis, such impulse is not perceived. "Surgical Anatomy", Joseph Maclise
  • Between the tunica arachnoides and pia mater, there was a quantity of water effused;- the sides and upper surface of the brain were exceedingly soft. "Remarks on the Subject of Lactation", Edward Morton
  • Isolation of its tunica vaginalis. "Surgical Anatomy", Joseph Maclise

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