- (anatomy) the base of a hollow organ or that part farthest from its opening
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The upper, rounded portion of the uterus.
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the interior posterior surface of the eyeball which includes the retina and the macula
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The main part of the stomach. It is also called the body of the stomach.
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Fundus: Latin word for the bottom. In medicine, fundus refers to the bottom or base of an organ. For example, the fundus of the eye (the retina), the fundus of the uterus, and so on. The fundus of the stomach is inexplicably the upper portion.
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[ Latin , bottom.] (Anat.)
The bottom or base of any hollow organ; as, the fundus
of the bladder; the fundus
of the eye.
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<anatomy> The bottom or base of any hollow organ; as, the fundus of the bladder; the fundus of the eye. ... Origin: L, bottom. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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(anatomy) the base of a hollow organ or that part of the organ farthest from its opening; `the uterine fundus`
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(fun´dәs) pl. fun´di Latin word meaning bottom or base. In anatomy, it is used for the bottom or base of an organ, or the part of a hollow organ farthest from its mouth. adj., fun´dal, fun´dic., adj.
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• (n.) The bottom or base of any hollow organ; as, the fundus of the bladder; the fundus of the eye.
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(from the article `eye, human`) ...an instrument that permits the observer to illuminate the interior of the eyeball while observing through the pupil, the appearance of the ...
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fundus (s), fundi (pl) 1. The part of a hollow organ of the body farthest from its opening; such as, the part of the eye's retina opposite the pupil. 2. In medicine, fundus refers to the bottom or base of an organ; examples include: the fundus of the eye (the retina), the fundus of the uterus, and so on. 3. The anatomical term referring to...
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The rounded portion of the uterus, above the fallopian tubes. During prental visits the fundus is measured to monitor fetal growth. Narrower term(s): Fundal Height
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Fundus is the scientific term for the stomach.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fŭn′dŭs, dī Definitions: 1. The bottom or lowest part of a sac or hollow organ; that part farthest removed from the opening or exit; occasionally a broad cul-de-sac.
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General term for the back of the eye.
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The upper region of the uterus. The fallopian tube opens into the opposite corners of the fundus.
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Latin = bottom or base. (But note that the fundus of the stomach and uterus are at the top, and the fundus of the eye and of the bladder are posterior!).
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The back of the eye as viewed with an ophthalmoscope.
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The larger part of a hollow organ that is farthest away from the organ's opening. The bladder, gallbladder, stomach, uterus, eye, and cavity of the middle ear all have a fundus.
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The rounded top part of the uterus. Back to top
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the top of the enlarged uterus.
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the bottom of anything
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