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interstice

 [in-ter´stis]
an interval, space, or gap in a tissue or structure.

in·ter·stit·i·um

(in'tĕr-stish'ē-ŭm),
A small area, space, or gap in the substance of an organ or tissue.
See also: connective tissue.
Synonym(s): interstice
[L.]

interstice

/in·ter·stice/ (in-ter´stis) a small interval, space, or gap in a tissue or structure.

in·ter·stit·i·um

(in'tĕr-stish'ē-ŭm)
A small area, space, or gap in the substance of an organ or tissue.
See also: connective tissue
Synonym(s): interstice.
[L.]

interstice

an interval, space or gap in a tissue or structure.
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