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i·ter

(ī'tĕr),
A passage leading from one anatomic part to another.
See also: canaliculus.
[L. iter (itiner-), a way, journey]

i·ter

(ī'tĕr)
A passage leading from one anatomic part to another.
See also: canaliculus
[L. iter (itiner-), a way, journey]

iter (inter a tertio ad quartum ventriculum)

the passage between the third and fourth ventricals of the vertebrate brain.

i·ter

(ī'tĕr)
A passage leading from one anatomic part to another.
See also: canaliculus
[L. iter (itiner-), a way, journey]
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Frank Rusco, Director, Natural Resources and Environment, Government Accountability Office, who described the results of the recent GAO ITER review.