fimbriated


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fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-ted),
Having fimbriae.

fimbriated

/fim·bri·at·ed/ (fim´bre-āt″ed) fringed.

fimbriated

[fim′brē·ā′tid]
Etymology: L, fimbria, a fringe
having fimbria, or the fringelike projection of the ovaries or the nerve fibers along the border of the hippocampus.

fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-tĕd)
Having fimbriae.

fimbriated

Fringed with finger-like processes, as at the open end of the FALLOPIAN TUBE.

fimbriated

fringed; bordered by slender processes.
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Conservation of the D-mannose-adhesion protein among type 1 fimbriated members of the family Enterobacteriacaea.
is inserted through the fimbriated end of the distal tubal segment; it exits through the newly opened proximal lumen of this distal segment and enters the newly created opening of the proximal tubal segment.
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A membranous, annular, or circumferential hymen is most common in prepubertal children after the estrogen effect has subsided, but as puberty approaches it usually develops a fimbriated or dentate appearance.