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intimal

 [in´tĭ-mal]
pertaining to the tunica intima.

in·ti·mal

(in'ti-măl),
Relating to the intima or inner coat of a vessel.

in·ti·mal

(in'ti-măl)
Relating to the intima or inner coat of a vessel.

intimal

pertaining to or emanating from vascular intima.

intimal bodies
irregular mineralized masses covered by endothelium and protruding into the lumen of small arteries and arterioles of horses, especially in the intestinal submucosa.
intimal tracks
aggregations of cellular debris, fibrin and inflammatory cells, especially eosinophils, in the form of tortuous tracks in the intima of arteries in horses; caused by migrating larvae of Strongylus vulgaris.