rhaphe


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raphe

 [ra´fe]
a seam; anatomic nomenclature for the line of union of the halves of various symmetrical parts.
abdominal raphe linea alba.

ra·phe

(rā'fē), [TA] Avoid the mispronunciations rah-fā' and rāf. Do not place an acute accent over the final e of this Greek word. Although r at the beginning of a Greek word is usually followed by h in English spelling, this word is correctly spelled either raphe or rhaphe.
The line of union of two contiguous, bilaterally symmetric structures.
Synonym(s): rhaphe
[G. rhaphē, suture, seam]

rhaphe

/rha·phe/ (ra´fe) raphe.

rhaphe

(rā′fē)
n.
Variant of raphe.

rhaphe

See raphe.

ra·phe

, rhaphe (rā'fē) [TA]
The line of union of two contiguous, bilaterally symmetric structures.
[G. rhaphē, suture, seam]

ra·phe

, rhaphe (rā'fē) [TA]
Line of union of two contiguous, bilaterally symmetric structures.
[G. rhaphē, suture, seam]

rhaphe

raphe.