transmural

transmural

 [trans-mu´ral]
through the wall of an organ; extending through or affecting the entire thickness of the wall of an organ or cavity.

trans·mu·ral

(trans-myū'răl),
Through any wall, as of the body or of a cyst or any hollow structure.
[trans- + L. murus, wall]

transmural

/trans·mu·ral/ (trans-mu´ral) through the wall of an organ; extending through or affecting the entire thickness of the wall of an organ or cavity.

transmural

[-m(y)o̅o̅′rəl]
Etymology: L, trans + murus, wall
pertaining to the entire thickness of the wall of an organ, such as a transmural myocardial infarction, or through any wall such as the body or cyst of a hollow structure.

transmural

adjective Through a wall, as in a transmural (Q-wave) acute MI or transmural extension of cancer.

transmural

adjective Through a wall

trans·mu·ral

(trans-myūr'ăl)
Through any wall, as of the body or of a cyst or any hollow structure.
[trans- + L. murus, wall]

transmural

through the wall of an organ; extending through or affecting the entire thickness of the wall of an organ or cavity.

transmural pressure gradient
pressure difference across a wall, as of a capillary. See also starling's hypothesis.
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