One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A membranous sheath enveloping or lining an organ.with Latin modifier ‘tunica media’
covering, cover, case, casing, envelope, sleeve, wrapperView synonyms
- ‘The tumor seemed to infiltrate the tunica albuginea and the rete testis, as well as the root of the epididymis.’
- ‘Veins typically have 3 layers: tunica intima, media, and adventitia.’
- ‘Arterial calcification most commonly involves the tunica media.’
- ‘The tumor completely encased the right coronary artery with external compression of the vessel wall without invasion into the tunica media.’
- ‘Muscle fibers arranged in various striae form the tunica media of veins, for example, in medium-sized vessels.’
The outer layer or layers of cells in an apical meristem, which contribute to surface growth.
Late 17th century: from Latin, literally ‘tunic’.
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