Tenia

• (n.) See Taenia.
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tenia

(te´ne-ә) taenia.
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tenia

1. Any anatomical bandlike structure. ... Synonym: taenia. ... Origin: L. Fr. G. Tainia, band, tape, a tapeworm ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Tenia

Te'ni·a noun [ New Latin ] See Tænia .
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tenia

Latin = a tape or ribbon.
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Tenia

Tenia: In medicine, tenia is a genus (group) of large tapeworms some of which are parasitic in humans. In anatomy, tenia refers to a band or a structural line and applies to several bands and lines of nervous matter in the brain. In Latin, tenia means a ribbon or tape. Tenia is also spelled taenia.
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tenia

Type: Term Pronunciation: tē′nē-ă, tē′nē-ē Definitions: 1. Any anatomic bandlike structure. Synonyms: taenia2
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