seroserous

seroserous

 [se″ro-se´rus]
pertaining to two serous surfaces.
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se·ro·se·rous

(sē'rō-sē'rŭs),
1. Relating to two serous surfaces.
2. Denoting a suture, as of the intestine, within which the edges of the wound are infolded so as to bring the two serous surfaces in apposition.
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se·ro·se·rous

(sēr'ō-sēr'ŭs)
1. Relating to two serous surfaces.
2. Denoting a suture, as of the intestine, in which the edges of the wound are infolded so as to bring the two serous surfaces in apposition.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012