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intermural

 [in″ter-mu´ral]
between the walls of an organ or organs.

intermural

/in·ter·mu·ral/ (-mu´ral) situated between the walls of organs.

intermural

(ĭn″tĕr-mū′răl) [L. inter, between, + murus, wall]
Between the walls or sides of an organ.

intermural

between the walls of an organ or organs.
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