pseudointraligamentous

pseu·do·in·tra·lig·a·men·tous

(sū'dō-in'tră-lig'ă-men'tŭs),
Falsely giving the impression of lying within the broad ligament; for example, a pseudointraligamentous tumor.
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In WW August 1970, Darryl Francis found PSEUDOINTRALIGAMENTOUS (euoiaiaeou) and PSEUDOHEMAGGLUTINATION (euoeauiaio) in Dorland's Medical Dictionary.