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discus

 [dis´kus] (pl. dis´ci) (L.)
discus oo´phorus (discus ovi´gerus) (discus proli´�gerus) cumulus oophorus.
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la·mel·la

, pl.

la·mel·lae

(lă-mel'ă, -mel'ē), [TA]
1. A thin sheet or layer (such as occurs in compact bone) or sublayer.
2. A preparation in the form of a medicated gelatin disc, used as a means of making local applications to the conjunctiva in place of solutions. Synonym(s): disc (2) [TA], discus [TA]
[L. dim. of lamina, plate, leaf]
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