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viscera

 [vis´er-ah] (L.)
plural of viscus.

vis·cer·a

(vis'ĕr-ă),
Plural of viscus.
Synonym(s): vitals (1)

viscera

/vis·ce·ra/ (vis´er-ah) plural of viscus.

viscera

(vĭs′ər-ə)
pl.n.
1. The soft internal organs of the body, especially those contained within the abdominal and thoracic cavities.
2. The intestines.

viscera

[vis′ərə] sing. viscus
Etymology: L, viscus, internal organs
the internal organs enclosed within a body cavity, including the abdominal, thoracic, pelvic, and endocrine organs.

vis·cer·a

(vis'ĕr-ă)
Plural of viscus.
Synonym(s): vitals.

viscera

Organs within a body cavity, especially digestive organs. The singular form of the word is viscus.

viscera

the internal organs of the body cavity.

Viscera

Any of the body's organs located in the chest or abdomen.

viscera (visˑ·er·),

n internal organs enclosed within the cavity of the body, such as the thoracic, abdominal, endocrine, and pelvic organs.

vis·cer·a

(vis'ĕr-ă)
Plural of viscus.

viscera (vis´ərə),

n.pl (
sg viscus), the internal organs enclosed within a body cavity, primarily the abdominal organs.

viscera

[L.] plural of viscus.
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Marine fish viscera was rendered from commercial fish processing industry in market place and stored frozen (-20[degrees]C).
Later, evaluation of experimental diets was initiated with 240 fish, establishing inclusions at 0 (OESH), 10 (10ESH), 20 (20ESH) and 30% dry hydrolyzed cachama viscera (Piaractus brachypomus) (30ESH) for T0, T1, T2 and T3 treatments respectively, with 20 animals per experimental unit and a daily supply of biomass at 6%, distributed in five meals a day.
They do not, however, consume the organs from hunted pacas; instead, they typically feed the viscera to their dogs, which might become definitive hosts.
Detailed postmortems are carried out with an idea to find out the exact cause with the help of gross findings histopathology and chemical / toxicological examination of viscera.
The most common of these include visualization of diaphragmatic defects, collar sign, dependent viscera sign, diaphragmatic thickening and peridiaphragmatic contrast extravasation.
The highest levels of PSP were measured in the viscera of the snails, although PSP was still measured in the edible foot muscle as well above the maximum permitted level in many of the samples.
BJP's demand comes after the viscera report stated there was no overdose of medicines, deepening the mystery surrounding her death.
INTRODUCTION: Omphalocele is a congenital defect of the abdominal wall resulting in herniation of abdominal viscera from the umbilical ring.