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fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-ted),
Having fimbriae.
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fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-tĕd)
Having fimbriae.
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fimbriated

Fringed with finger-like processes, as at the open end of the FALLOPIAN TUBE.
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You can get the Carnation type with a lovely fimbriated edge to the petals and the Picotee type with a coloured edge to the petals.
In a normal pregnancy, the egg released from the ovary is caught by the fimbriated (fringed) end of the fallopian, tube, where it is fertilized and then moves downwards to the uterus.
acute pyelonephritis caused by nosocomial spread of P fimbriated
A protocol for sectioning and extensively examining the fimbriated end (SEE-Fim) is commonly used in processing those specimens.
Shin et al., "Escherichia coli K1 RS218 interacts with human brain microvascular endothelial cells via type 1 fimbria bacteria in the fimbriated state," Infection and Immunity, vol.
5) Occasionally rudimentary fimbriated end of tube present.
Ensure that you have grasped the fimbriated end of the tube.
The opinion statement also noted that salpingectomy should be performed with "meticulous attention." The entire fallopian tube should be removed, from the fimbriated end to the uterotubal junction, and any fimbrial attachments on the ovary should be cauterized or removed.
Conservation of the D-mannose-adhesion protein among type 1 fimbriated members of the family Enterobacteriacaea.