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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.

lam•i•nar

(ˈlæm ə nər)

also lam•i•nar•y

(ˈlæm əˌnɛr i)

adj.
composed of, or arranged in, laminae.
[1800–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.laminar - arranged in or consisting of laminae
bedded, stratified - deposited or arranged in horizontal layers; "stratified rock"
Translations
laminar

lam·i·nar

, laminated
a. laminar, laminado-a, rel. a láminas; formado por capas.
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Hemorrhagic extravasation, larger bleeding focuses or laminar cortical necrosis can occur in the ischemic area [49].
The neurological signs are due to ipsilateralleptomeningealangioma involving the occipital and posterior parietal lobes of the brain; vascular stasis with resultant is chaemialeads to calcification and laminar cortical necrosis.
The neurological signs are due to ipsilateral leptomeningeal angioma involving the occipital and posterior parietal lobes of the brain; vascular stasis with resultant ischemia leads to calcification and laminar cortical necrosis.