intima

[n] - the innermost membrane of an organ (especially the inner lining of an artery or vein or lymphatic vessel)
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intima

Inner layer of blood vessel, comprising an endothelial monolayer on the luminal face with a subcellular elastic extracellular matrix containing a few smooth muscle cells. Below the intima is the media, then the adventitia. The term may be applied to other organs.
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intima

<pathology> Inner layer of blood vessel, comprising an endothelial monolayer on the luminal face with a subcellular elastic extracellular matrix containing a few smooth muscle cells. ... Below the intima is the media, then the adventitia. The term may be applied to other organs. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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intima

noun the innermost membrane of an organ (especially the inner lining of an artery or vein or lymphatic vessel)
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intima

(in´tĭ-mә) innermost. tunica intima.
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intima

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′ti-mă Definitions: 1. Innermost. See: tunica intima
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intima

Latin = innermost.
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