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stripe

 [strīp]
a streak or stria.

stripe

(strīp),
1. anatomy a streak, line, band, or stria.
See also: psoas margin.
2. radiography a linear opacity differing in density from the adjacent parts of the image; usually represents the tangential image of a planar structure such as the pleura or peritoneum.
See also: psoas margin.
[M.E.]

stripe

(strīp)
1. anatomy A streak, line, band, or stria.
2. radiography A linear opacity differing in density from the adjacent parts of the image; usually represents the tangential image of a planar structure such as the pleura or peritoneum.
[M.E.]

stripe

(strīp)
1. In anatomy, a streak, line, band, or stria.
2. In radiography, a linear opacity differing in density from adjacent parts of image; usually represents tangential image of a planar structure.
[M.E.]

stripe

a white mark, narrower than the nasal bones, down the face of a horse. Called also race.
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