subphrenic


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Related to subphrenic: subphrenic space, coloclysis

subphrenic

 [sub-fren´ik]
beneath the diaphragm; called also subdiaphragmatic.

sub·di·a·phrag·mat·ic

(sŭb'dī-ă-frag-mat'ik),
Beneath the diaphragm.

subphrenic

/sub·phren·ic/ (sub-fren´ik) beneath the diaphragm.

subphrenic

[-fren′ik]
Etymology: L, sub + Gk, phren, diaphragm
pertaining to the area under the diaphragm.

subphrenic

beneath the diaphragm.
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