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shaggy chorion

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  • shaggy chorion — c. frondosum …   Medical dictionary

  • Chorion — The outermost of the two fetal membranes—the amnion is the innermost . which together surround the embryo. The chorion develops villi (vascular fingers) and gives rise to the placenta. In Greek, the word "chorion" means "skin… …   Medical dictionary

  • bushy chorion — chorion frondosum the region of the chorion that bears villi; called also shaggy c. or villous c …   Medical dictionary

  • pregnancy — /preg neuhn see/, n., pl. pregnancies. the state, condition, or quality of being pregnant. [1520 30; PREGN(ANT) + ANCY] * * * Process of human gestation that takes place in the female s body as a fetus develops, from fertilization to birth (see… …   Universalium

  • villus — 1. A projection from the surface, especially of a mucous membrane. If the projection is minute, as from a cell surface, it is termed a microvillus. 2. An elongated dermal papilla projecting into an intraepidermal …   Medical dictionary

  • villus — noun (plural villi) Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, tuft of shaggy hair more at velvet Date: 1728 a small slender often vascular process: as a. one of the minute finger shaped processes of the mucous membrane of the small intestine that serve… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Villus — (Latin: shaggy hair [http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0035419.html] Tiscali UK Reference encyclopedia] , plural villi) can refer to: * Intestinal villus. This is the most common meaning when not more precisely… …   Wikipedia

  • villus — [vil′əs] n. pl. villi [vil′ī΄] [L, shaggy hair, tuft of hair, var. of vellus, a fleece, WOOL] 1. Anat. any of numerous hairlike or fingerlike vascular processes on certain mucous membranes of the body, as of the small intestine, serving to… …   English World dictionary

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