splanchnic

Relating to the viscera. See also splanchnic mesoderm.

Splanchnic

Splanchnic, from a Greek word splēn, meaning organ, usually used to describe visceral organs. The term `splanchnologia` is used for grouping in Nomina Anatomica, but not in Terminologia Anatomica. It includes most of the structures usually considered `internal organs`, but not all (for example, the heart is excluded.) More specifically, it ca...
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Splanchnic

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the viscera; visceral.
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splanchnic

<anatomy> Pertaining to the internal organs. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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splanchnic

(splank´nik) pertaining to the viscera.
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Splanchnic

Splanch'nic adjective [ Greek ......... an entrail.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the viscera; visceral.
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splanchnic

adjective, Greek splanchnon = a viscus or internal organ; hence pertaining to viscera.
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splanchnic

splanchnic Pertaining to the viscera; visceral.
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splanchnic

Type: Term Pronunciation: splangk′nik Synonyms: visceral
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splanchnic

visceral; intestinal
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