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fun·dic

(fŭn'dik),
Relating to a fundus.

fundic

adjective Referring to a fundus (e.g., gastric fundus or ocular fundus).

fun·dic

(fŭn'dik)
Relating to a fundus.

fundus

(fun'dus) [L. fundus, bottom]
1. The larger part, base, or body of a hollow organ.
2. The portion of an organ most remote from its opening. fundic (fun'dik), adjective

fundus of bladder

The base of the urinary bladder, the portion closest to the rectum.

fundus flavimaculatus

Stargardt disease.

fundus of gallbladder

The lower dilated portion of the gallbladder.

ocular fundus

The posterior part of the eye including the retina and optic nerve.

fundus of stomach

The uppermost portion of the stomach, posterior and lateral to the entrance of the esophagus.

fundus tympani

The floor of the tympanic cavity close to the jugular fossa. It contains the bulb of the internal jugular vein.

fundus uteri

Fundus of the uterus.
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FUNDUS OF THE UTERUS: Measuring the size of the fundus

fundus of the uterus

The area of the uterus above the openings of the fallopian tubes.
Synonym: fundus uteri See: illustration
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The long-term effect of Helicobacter pylori eradication therapy on symptoms in dyspeptic patients with fundic atrophic gastritis.
Fundic atrophic gastritis in an elderly population: effect on hemoglobin and several serum nutritional indicators.
Increased risk of fundic gland polyps during long-term proton pump inhibitor therapy, Aliment Pharmacol ther.
The mucosa of the fundic region is stratified and covered with keratin layer.
Grossly, PGA presents as a polypoid lesion in the fundic mucosa.
Fundic examination was possible because of corneal clearing and was unremarkable OU.
Fundic region (fundus), the largest part of the stomach, which is situated between the cardia and pylorus and contains the fundic or gastric glands.
Smaller foreign bodies eventually exit the stomach and pass harmlessly in the faeces with bowel movement and it usually occurs with in 48 hours of ingestion and in many cases where foreign body is located in the fundic region of stomach animal do not show any symptom (Uma Rani et al.
Finally, the abomasal mucosa of the cardiac, fundic and pyloric gland regions were scraped off with a glass slide, and put into liquid nitrogen.
Reg protein is expressed in gastric fundic ECL cells.