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circinate

 [ser´sĭ-nāt]
1. circular.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

cir·ci·nate

(ser'si-nāt),
Circular; ring-shaped.
[L. circinatus, made round, pp. of circino, to make round, fr. circinus, a pair of compasses]
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cir·ci·nate

(sĭr'si-nāt)
Circular; ring-shaped, anular.
[L. circinatus, made round, pp. of circino, to make round, fr. circinus, a pair of compasses]
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circinate

Ring-shaped.
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These hairs extend up ward and outward above the substrate and have tips, which are usually curved to circinate, seldom straight.
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* Normal vision ([greater than or equal to] 6/12) or vision loss without obvious clinically significant maculopathy (ie no circinate exudates at the macula or extensive haemorrhaging).
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