fenestrate


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fenestrate

 [fen´es-trāt]
to pierce with one or more openings.

fenestrate

fenestrate

to pierce with one or more openings.
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Laparoscopic surgery to fenestrate the lymphocele into the peritoneal cavity is preferred because the rate of recurrence (8%) is lower than that with open surgery (16%) and aspiration therapy (59%) [1].
At the spring a white, sublithographic micrite is exposed with abundant spirifer brachiopods and fenestrate bryzoas.
A mound in Lawrence County consists chiefly of packstone and grainstone dominated by eclnirnoderrni ossicles amid fragments of fenestrate bryozoarns.
The fact that fenestrate bryozoans were present, for example, indicates that the energy of the currents must have been somewhat low, for many fenestrates are delicate and would be destroyed in high-energy currents.
The fenestrates are the most diverse and abundant, including Fenestella, Plylopora, Hemitrypa, Archimedes, and Polypora.
Under ultrasound guidance, he advances a 16-gauge hypodermic needle percutaneously to fenestrate the hypoechoic areas and break up calcifications.
Microscopic supporting evidence includes microcracks, intraformational micro-breccia/conglomerate, an abundance of dolomite, anhydrite/gypsum pseudomorphs, and fenestrate structures lined with calcite, dolomite and tar.
A mound in Lawrence County is dominated by echinoderms and fenestrate bryozoans.
Many of the bryozoans consist of large fragments or entire specimens of fenestrate forms and some echinoderm specimens are stalk fragments consisting of multiple ossicles.
The lithofacies is dominated by echinoderms, with lesser amounts of fenestrate and ramose bryozoans.
The paleohigh formed by the top of the ooid shoal was colonized by rugose corals, stalked echinoderms, and fenestrate bryozoans.
in a matrix of fenestrate bryozoan and echinoderm debris.