tela

(te´lә) Latin word for a thin weblike structure or tissue; used in naming various anatomic structures. tela elastica elastic tissue. tela subcutanea subcutaneous tissue.
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tela

1. Any thin weblike structure. ... 2. A tissue; especially one of delicate formation. ... Origin: L. A web ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Tela

city and port, northern Honduras. It lies along Tela Bay, off the Gulf of Honduras. The old village of Tela lies across the Tela River from the ...
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tela

Latin = a web; e.g., a fold of pia mater containing a choroid plexus.
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tela

Latin, meaning: a web, that which is woven, cloth, tissue
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tela

Type: Term Pronunciation: tē′lă, tē′lē Definitions: 1. Any thin weblike structure. 2. A tissue; especially one of delicate formation.
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