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intima

 [in´tĭ-mah]
1. innermost.

in·ti·ma

(in'ti-mă),
Innermost. See: tunica intima.
[L. fem. of intimus, inmost]

intima

/in·ti·ma/ (in´tĭ-mah)
1. innermost.

intima

(ĭn′tə-mə)
n. pl. inti·mae (-mē′) or inti·mas Anatomy
The innermost membrane of an organ or part, especially the inner lining of a lymphatic vessel, an artery, or a vein.

in′ti·mal adj.

intima

[in′timə] pl. intimae
Etymology: L, intimus, innermost
the innermost layer of a structure, such as the lining membrane of an artery, vein, lymphatic vessel, or organ. intimal, adj.

in·ti·ma

, pl. intimae (in'ti-mă, -mē)
Innermost.
See: tunica intima
[L. fem. of intimus, inmost]

intima

The innermost layer of a blood vessel or hollow organ.

intima

the innermost coat of a blood vessel; called also tunica intima.
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