micropuncture


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micropuncture

 [mi´kro-punk″cher]
1. the creation of minute openings by piercing.
2. in renal physiology, the process by which nephron segments are pierced.

mi·cro·punc·ture

(mī'krō-pŭnk'chūr),
A small puncture made with the aid of a microscope.

micropuncture

/mi·cro·punc·ture/ (mi´kro-punk″cher)
1. the creation of minute openings by piercing.
2. in renal physiology, the process by which nephron segments are pierced.

micropuncture

[mī′krōpunk′cher]
1 the creation of minute openings by piercing.
2 in renal physiology, the process by which nephron segments are pierced.

mi·cro·punc·ture

(mī'krō-pungk-chŭr)
A puncture made with the aid of a microscope.
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