fenestrate


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fen·es·trat·ed

 (fĕn′ĭ-strā′tĭd) or fen·es·trate (fĕn′ĭ-strāt′, fĭ-nĕs′trāt′)
adj.
1. Architecture Having windows or windowlike openings.
2. Biology Having fenestrae.

[From Latin fenestrātus, past participle of fenestrāre, to furnish with windows, from fenestra, window.]
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Studies have demonstrated that mechanical stress could cause physical alterations in the ONH, such as misalignment of the fenestrate in lamina cribrosa, which may lead to axoplasmic flow obstruction due to its back bowing.
Brain vessels located in the centre of the cellular infiltrate began to express markers of fenestrate endothelium such as the endothelial-specific expression of MECA32 suggesting an altered functional status of the endothelial cell [88].
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Multiple studies have examined the benefits of ultrasound-guided dry needling to fenestrate tendons with PT (29,30) Housner and associates looked at the variety of injection therapies and found needling and physical disruption of the tendon to be the common attribute of the treatments.
The procedure was first performed by William Mixter, an urologist in 1923 using an ureteroscope to fenestrate the floor of the third ventricle8.
Some paleoenvironments of die coiled fenestrate bryozoan Archimedes.
The Lost River Chert Bed is found above the Goodes Cave entrance in a sequence of sublithographic and micritic limestone beds bearing brachiopods and fenestrate bryzoas.
At this point, the plan was made to take her to the operating room the following day to remove the mass and possibly fenestrate the septum pellucidum.
What somehow links Tati's Playtime and Aitken's Sleepwalkers over these many decades is a desire to animate, or perhaps fenestrate, the glass walls of the city with human life, perhaps suggesting a new way of living with our buildings.