semicanal

semicanal

 [sem″e-kah-nal´]
a trench or furrow open at one side.
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sem·i·ca·nal

(sem'ē-kă-nal'),
A half canal; a deep groove on the edge of a bone that, uniting with a similar groove or part of an adjoining bone, forms a complete canal.
Synonym(s): semicanalis
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sem·i·ca·nal

(sem'ē-kă-nal')
A half canal; a deep groove on the edge of a bone that, uniting with a similar groove or part of an adjoining bone, forms a complete canal.
Synonym(s): semicanalis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

sem·i·ca·nal

(sem'ē-kă-nal')
A half canal; a deep groove on the edge of a bone that, uniting with a similar groove or part of an adjoining bone, forms a complete canal.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012