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sple·ni·al

(splē'nē-ăl),
1. Relating to the splenium.
2. Relating to a splenius muscle.
[G. splēnion, bandage]
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splenial

(splē′nē-ăl) [Gr. splen, spleen]
Concerning the spleen.
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