trilaminar

trilaminar

 [tri-lam´ĭ-nar]
three-layered.

tri·lam·i·nar

(trī-lam'i-nar),
Having three laminae.

trilaminar

/tri·lam·i·nar/ (tri-lam´ĭ-ner) three-layered.

tri·lam·i·nar

(trī-lam'i-năr)
Having three laminae.

trilaminar

three-layered.
References in periodicals archive ?
Contract awarded for Igss code 8,459 yellow colored waterproof bag with sleeves, Elastic fist, Polypropylene fabric, Trilaminar, See full description of purchases.
MRI features: The normal cervix demonstrates a trilaminar aspect on T2-weighted images: high signal (endocervical glands) surrounded by low signal (cervical stroma) and an external rim of intermediate signal intensity (smooth muscle).
7,8) Thus, we need a strategy that should maintain the inflammatory and immune status of the ocular surface apart from maintaining the trilaminar lubrication barrier; its volume, stability and chemical composition, i.
13) Regardless, the clavicular and sternocostal fibers form a bilaminar tendon (also described as trilaminar in some instances (14)) that is continuous inferiorly and inserts on the lateral lip of the bicipital groove.
Endometrial preparation included 17-[sz]-estradiol (Schering, Germany) dosed at 4-6 mg/d for 14-16 days until a trilaminar endometrium >8 mm in thickness was identified.
In patients who started having periods, though scanty, the trilaminar pattern of endometrium in luteal phase was not seen in all cases.
Bu duzeyinde hemen inferiorunda, daha posteriorda, dizin mediali duzeyinde krural fasya bu iki yapinin disinda ve onlara paralel olarak seyredip trilaminar gorunume neden olur (Resim 2).
The ultrastructural alterations induced by the snake venom in the trilaminar structure of the glomerular basement membrane (GBM) suggest the involvement of physicoelectrostatic barrier sites.
The blastocyst, being a disc with two cell layers, is converted to a trilaminar plate by the formation of a third layer that will be the future mesoderm.
Retinal arteries and veins are composed of a trilaminar structure consisting of a connective tissue outer layer, smooth muscle and endothelial cells (see Figure 2).
A celula-mae denomina-se esporangio, semelhante a uma morula, e forma numero variavel de endosporos, denominados tambem de celulas-filhas, que permanecem no seu interior, envoltos por capsula trilaminar de esporopolemina, liberando-os ao se romper, reiniciando-se o ciclo com a formacao de novos endosporos (47, 49).