Myocomma

My`o·com'ma noun ; plural Latin Myocommata , English Myocommas . [ New Latin See Myo- , and Comma .] (Anat.) A myotome.
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myocomma

Origin: NL. See Myo-, and Comma. ... <anatomy> A myotome. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Myocomma

• (n.) A myotome.
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myocomma

(from the article `muscle`) ...in the tail forms a solid block of muscle, while in the trunk it encloses the body cavity. Ribs develop in the horizontal septum separating the ...
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myocomma

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′ō-kom′ă, -kom′ă-tă Definitions: 1. The connective tissue septum separating adjacent myotomes. Synonyms: myoseptum
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