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rima

 [ri´mah] (L.)
a cleft or crack.
rima glot´tidis the elongated opening between the true vocal cords and between the arytenoid cartilages; called also vocal area.
rima o´ris the opening of the mouth.
rima palpebra´rum palpebral fissure.
rima puden´di the space between the labia majora; called also pudendal fissure.

RIMA

Abbreviation for reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase.

ri·ma

, gen. and pl.

ri·mae

(rī'mă, rī'mē), [TA]
A slit or fissure, or narrow elongated opening between two symmetric parts.
[L. a slit]

rima

/ri·ma/ (ri´mah) pl. ri´mae   [L.] a cleft or crack.
rima glot´tidis  the elongated opening between the true vocal cords and between the arytenoid cartilages.
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Rima glottidis in coronal section showing posterior view of anterior wall of larynx.
rima o´ris  the opening of the mouth.
rima palpebra´rum  palpebral fissure.
rima puden´di  the cleft between the labia majora.

rima

[rī′mə]
a cleft or fissure.

RIMA

1. Reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase.
2. RMA Right internal mammary artery, see there.

ri·ma

, pl. rimae (rī'mă, -mē) [TA]
A slit or fissure, or narrow elongated opening between two symmetric parts.
[L. a slit]

ri·ma

, pl. rimae (rī'mă, -mē) [TA]
Slit or fissure, or narrow elongated opening between two symmetric parts.
[L. a slit]

rima

pl. rimae [L.] a cleft or crack.

rima cornealis
the groove in the scleral margin into which the rim of the cornea fits.
rima glottidis
the kite-shaped opening between the true vocal folds and between the vocal processes of the arytenoid cartilages.
rima oris
the opening of the mouth.
rima palpebrarum
palpebral fissure.
rima pudendi
the space between the labia of the vulva; called also pudendal fissure, rima vulvae.
rima vestibuli
the entrance to a cavity from a vestibule, especially that of the larynx.
rima vulvae
r. pudendi (above).
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