striated border

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stri·at·ed bor·der

the free surface of the columnar absorptive cells of the intestine formed by closely packed microvilli about 1 mcm long, giving the appearance of parallel striations.
Synonym(s): limbus striatus

stri·at·ed bor·der

(strī'āt-ĕd bōr'dĕr)
The free surface of the columnar absorptive cells of the intestine formed by closely packed microvilli about 1 mcm long, giving the appearance of parallel striations.
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