fimbriae of uterine tube

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fimbria

 [fim´bre-ah] (pl. fim´briae) (L.)
1. a fringe, border, or edge; a fringelike structure.
2. pilus (def. 2).
fimbriae of fallopian tube the numerous divergent fringelike processes on the distal part of the infundibulum of the fallopian tube; called also fimbriae of uterine tube.
fimbria hippocam´pi the band of white matter along the median edge of the ventricular surface of the hippocampus.
fimbriae of uterine tube fimbriae of fallopian tube.
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fim·'bri·ae of u·ter·ine tube

[TA]
the irregularly branched or fringed processes surrounding the ampulla at the abdominal opening of the uterine tube; most of the lining epithelial cells have cilia that beat toward the uterus.
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fim·bri·ae of u·ter·ine tube

(fim'brē-ē yū'tĕr-in tūb) [TA]
The irregularly branched or fringed processes surrounding the ampulla at the abdominal opening of the uterine tube; most of the lining epithelial cells have cilia that beat toward the uterus.
Synonym(s): fimbriae ovaricae [TA] .
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Richard,

Felix Adolphe, Paris surgeon, 1822-1872.
Richard fringes - Synonym(s): fimbriae of uterine tube
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