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(in″tĕr-os′ē-ŭs) [ inter- + osseous],


Situated or occurring between bones, as muscles, ligaments, or vessels; specific muscles of the hands and feet.


(in″tră-op′(ĕ-)răt″ĭv) [ intra- + operative],


Occurring during surgery.
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