Valvula

• (n.) A little valve or fold; a valvelet; a valvule.
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valvula

<anatomy> A small valve, once used in official nomenclature as a general term to designate a valve, such as in the heart, but in NA restricted to designation of a cusp of the aortic valve of the valve of the pulmonary trunk or the valves of the anus, foramen ovale, navicular fossa, coronary sinus, inferior vena cava or of the lymphatic vessel...
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valvula

(L., dim of valva) a small valve; once used in official nomenclature as a general term to designate a valve, such as in the heart, but in NA restricted to designation of a cusp of the aortic valve of the valve of the pulmonary trunk, or the valves of the anus, foramen ovale, navicular fossa, coronary sinus, inferior vena cava, or of the lymphatic ....
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valvula

(val´vu-lә) : Latin word meaning small valve (valvule). In anatomy, it is used for certain small valves in the body and the cusps of heart valves.
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Valvula

Val'vu·la noun ; plural Valvulæ . [ New Latin , dim. from Latin valva fold, valve of a door.] (Anat.) A little valve or fold; a valvelet; a valvule.
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valvula

diminutive of Latin valva.
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valvula

Type: Term Pronunciation: val′vyū-lă, -lē Synonyms: valvule
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valvula

valvula (s), valvulae (pl) 1. A small valve, once used in official nomenclature as a general term to designate a valve; such as, in the heart. 2. A cusp of certain valves, as the aortic valve.
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