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emissary

 [em´ĭ-sar″e]
1. affording an outlet, as an emissary vein (see anatomic Table of Veins in the Appendices).

em·is·sar·y

(em'i-sār-ē),
1. Relating to, or providing, an outlet or drain.
2. Synonym(s): emissary vein
[see emissarium]

emissary

/em·is·sa·ry/ (em´ĭ-sĕ-re)
1. affording an outlet, as an emissary vein.

emissary

(1) Any outlet or drain.
(2) Emmisary vein; vena emissaria [NA6].

em·is·sa·ry

(em'i-sar-ē)
1. Relating to, or providing, an outlet or drain.
2. Synonym(s): emissary vein.

emissary

affording an outlet, referring especially to the venous outlets from the dural sinuses through the skull.
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