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lam·i·na

 (lăm′ə-nə)
n. pl. lam·i·nae (-nē′) or lam·i·nas
1. A thin plate, sheet, or layer.
2. Botany
a. The expanded area of a leaf or petal; a blade.
b. The bladelike part of a kelp.
3. A thin layer of bone, membrane, or other tissue.
4. Zoology A thin scalelike or platelike structure, as one of the thin layers of sensitive vascular tissue in the hoof of a horse.
5. Cytology A thin layer inside the nuclear membrane of a cell that is composed of a meshlike network of protein fibers.
6. Geology A narrow bed of rock.

[Latin lāmina.]

lam′i·nar, lam′i·nal adj.

lamina

(ˈlæmɪnə)
n, pl -nae (-ˌniː) or -nas
1. a thin plate or layer, esp of bone or mineral
2. (Geological Science) a thin plate or layer, esp of bone or mineral
3. (Anatomy) a thin plate or layer, esp of bone or mineral
4. (Botany) botany the flat blade of a leaf, petal, or thallus
[C17: New Latin, from Latin: thin plate]
ˈlaminar, ˈlaminary, laminose, laminous adj

lam•i•na

(ˈlæm ə nə)

n., pl. -nae (-ˌni)
-nas.
1. a thin plate or layer.
2. a thin layer or coating lying over another, as in certain minerals.
3. the blade or expanded portion of a leaf.
[1650–60; < Latin lāmina]

lam·i·na

(lăm′ə-nə)
1. Botany The expanded area of a leaf or petal; a blade.
2. A thin layer of bone, membrane, or other tissue.
3. Geology A thin layer of sediment.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lamina - a thin plate or layer (especially of bone or mineral)lamina - a thin plate or layer (especially of bone or mineral)
lamina arcus vertebrae - lamina of the vertebral arch; the flattened posterior part of the vertebral arch from which the spinous process extends
plate - any flat platelike body structure or part

lamina

noun
A thin outer covering of an object:
Translations
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lamina

lam·i·na

n. L. lámina, placa o capa fina;
___ arcus vertebrae___ del arco vertebral;
___ basalis choroidae___ basal de la coroide;
___ limitans anterior corneae___ elástica anterior de la córnea;
___ limitans posterior corneae___ elástica posterior de la córnea;
___ multiform of cerebral cortex___ multiforme de la corteza cerebral.
References in periodicals archive ?
The middle turbinate was removed before opening the lamina papyracea. Bone of the lamina papyracea was removed in a superior direction.
The lamina papyracea was pushed by the tissue bulk, apparently encroaching the medial extraconal space.
He had a recent short admission because of a depressed fracture of the right lamina papyracea, mildly displaced fracture through the greater tuberosity of the right humerus, and a wedge compression fracture at L1 vertebral body after a motor vehicle accident, but he was discharged at that time because no surgical intervention was required.
Most involve injury to the medial rectus muscle via violation of the lamina papyracea, while the orbital floor and adjacent inferior rectus muscle is generally not considered a high-risk area [6].
The scan revealed a left medial blow-out fracture through the anterior lamina papyracea with no extraocular muscle entrapment.
To exclude the influence of the parameters which seem to be visible excellent or well independent from the applied dosage (lamina papyracea at the level of anterior ethmoidal artery, canal of the optical nerve, canal of the vidian nerve, canal of the maxillary nerve, nasolacrimal duct, and posterior wall of the frontal sinus), a selected mean of the remaining parameters was calculated.
(1) It arises inferiorly from the ethmoid process of the inferior turbinate and inserts either superiorly at the ethmoid roof, superolaterally on the lamina papyracea, or superomedially on the middle turbinate.
The superior attachment of the uncinate process was as follows: middle turbinate in 21 (42%), lamina papyracea in 18 (36%) and skull base in 11 (22%).
(6,7) Anatomik yerlesimi, ince ve kirilgan lamina papyracea ile komsugu nedeniyle, en sik hasar goren kas, medial rektus kasidir.
Lateral displacement of the lamina papyracea and left eye and opacification of the left maxillary and ethmoid sinuses were demonstrated (Figure 2).
The lateral border of the infundibulum is the lamina papyracea (Fig.
Haller's cells (Infraorbital ethmoid cell) are the anterior ethmoid cells that project along the medial roof of the maxillary sinus and the most inferior portion of the lamina papyracea (Figure-f).

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