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Bi·chat

(bē-shah'),
Marie F.X., French anatomist, physician, and biologist, 1771-1802. See: Bichat canal, Bichat fat-pad, Bichat fissure, Bichat fossa, Bichat ligament, Bichat membrane, Bichat protuberance, Bichat tunic.
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