Definition of Annulus. Meaning of Annulus. Synonyms of Annulus
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Definition of Annulus
AnnulusAnnulus An"nu*lus, n.; pl. Annuli. [L.]
1. A ring; a ringlike part or space.
(a) A space contained between the circumferences of two
circles, one within the other.
(b) The solid formed by a circle revolving around a line
which is the plane of the circle but does not cut it.
3. (Zo["o]l.) Ring-shaped structures or markings, found in,
or upon, various animals.
Meaning of Annulus from wikipedia
(or anulus) or annular
to: Anulus fibrosus disci
intervertebralis, spinal structure Annulus
of Zinn, a.k.a. annular tendon
- Annulus fibrosus
or anulus fibrosus
to: Anulus fibrosus cordis
ring of heart Anulus fibrosus disci intervertebralis
- In mathematics, an annulus
word for "little ring" is anulus/annulus
, with plural
anuli/annuli) is a ring-shaped object, a region bounded
- mitral annulus
is a fibrous
ring that is attached
to the mitral valve
leaflets. Unlike prosthetic
valves, it is not continuous. The mitral annulus
- The Annulus
(sometimes rendered ANNULUS
) is a fictional criminal organization featured
in the Azteca
Productions' Universe created
of an annulus gives
to circulate fluid
in the well, provided
that excess drill cuttings
have not ac****ulated in the annulus
- The annulus
of Zinn, also known
as the annular tendon
or common tendinous
ring, is a ring of fibrous tissue surrounding
the optic nerve
at its entrance...
- Sphaerocoris annulus
, common names
Pic****o Bug or Zulu Hud Bug, is a species
of shield-backed bugs belonging
to the family
Scutelleridae. Sphaerocoris annulus
- An annulus
is the ring-like structure sometimes found
on the stipe
of some species
of mushrooms. The annulus represents
part of the partial...
the word anulus
(mistakenly) as annulus
but has now been in use as anulus since
it is derived
from the Latin
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