Fenestra


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fenestra

[fə′nes·trə]
(anatomy)
An opening in the medial wall of the middle ear.
(medicine)
An opening in a bandage or plaster splint for examination or drainage.
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Fenestra

A loophole in the walls of a fortress or castle, from which missiles were discharged: the ancient equivalent of a window.
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Reducing footplate complications in small fenestra micro-drill stapedotomy.
Posteriorly, the fenestra superior is very conspicuous dorsally.
a) lateral view of tegumen, saccus, uncus, gnathos and valve; b) opposite view of right valve; c) dorsal view of tegumen, fenestra and uncus; d) posterior view of fultura inferior; e) lateral (above), ventral (middle) and dorsal (below) views of aedeagus.
17 October 2014 - Swedish strategy consultancy specialist BTS Group AB (STO:BTS-B) said today it had entered into an agreement to take over US HR technology solutions provider Fenestra Inc and all of its affiliated entities.
Window in Latin is fenestra, in Welsh, ffenestr, just for starters.
Stapes surgery requires complex surgical skills and experience to achieve good results, is In order to make an estimation of the thickness of the footplate and the amount of drilling required to create a fenestra, several studies have tried to establish the value of multislice computed tomography (CT) in otosclerosis.
Johnson, Dois Estudos Polemicos (Tucson: Fenestra, 2004), 45-83.