psalterium


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com·mis·sur·a for·'ni·cis

[TA]
the triangular subcallosal plate of commissural fibers resulting from the converging of the right and left fornix bundles that exchange numerous fibers and that curve back in the contralateral fornix to end in the hippocampus of the opposite side.

psalterium

/psal·te·ri·um/ (sal-tēr´e-um) commissure of the fornix.

psalterium

(sôl-tîr′ē-əm)
n. pl. psal·teria (-tîr′ē-ə)
The omasum.

psal·te′ri·al adj.

psalterium

Medspeak
Commissure of fornix; commissura fornicis [NA6].
 
Veterinary medicine
Omasum, see there.
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While in Augsburg, Musculus worked on his Psalms commentary, which was published after he came to Bern as In Sacrosanctum Dauidis Psalterium Comentarij (Basel: Johannes Herwagen, 1551).
5 (A) -- Psalterium Vesperarum (1540) (A); 690 x 490; 5 staves; 4 + 9 + 5 + 245 folios (psalter mostly unfoliated + hymnal fols.
29) Peter's work, like the Summa superp psalterium by his near-contemporary Prepositinus of Cremona, is arranged like a commentary.