Haustra

The haustra (singular haustrum) of the colon are the small pouches caused by sacculation, which give the colon its segmented appearance. The taenia coli runs the length of the large intestine. Because the taenia coli is shorter than the intestine, the colon becomes sacculated between the taenia, forming the haustra. Haustral contractions are slow
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haustra

Plural of haustrum. ... Origin: L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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haustra

(from the article `digestive system, human`) ...is a thin coating of longitudinal muscle fibres. Because the taeniae are slightly shorter than the large intestine, the intestinal wall constricts ...
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haustra

Type: Term Pronunciation: haw′stră Definitions: 1. Plural of haustrum.
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HAUSTRA

Sacculations in the wall of the colon between the teniae.
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haustra

Latin = saccules.
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haustra

(haws;trua) Sacculations or pouches of the colon.
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haustra

(haws;trua) Sacculations or pouches of the colon.
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