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intramural

1. Education chiefly US and Canadian operating within or involving those in a single establishment
2. Anatomy within the walls of a cavity or hollow organ

intramural

[¦in·trə′myu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the substance of the walls of an organ.
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REC*IT is the official mobile application of IMLeagues and American Collegiate Intramural Sports & Fitness.
The researcher used an instrument composed of two sections: social benefits of intramural sports participation and demographics.
Martin, who administers the intramural program, quickly embraced the notion and reciprocated with her own concept of how such a mutually beneficial partnership could be facilitated.
Intramural haematoma most commonly involves the jejunum, followed by ileum and the duodenum (7).
Our aim was to evaluate the safety of laparoscopic myomectomy of intramural fibroids and the impact on subsequent fertility.
But building the courts will displace two fields that are used for intramural and club sports, such as soccer, ultimate Frisbee and softball.
John Cunningham began his University of San Diego career back in 1962 when he was hired by former athletic director Phil Woolpert to coach the freshman basketball team, assist the varsity basketball coach, and direct intramural activities.
Spontaneous intramural small bowel hemorrhage is a rare complication of anticoagulant therapy, occurring with an incidence of 1 in 2500 patients on oral warfarin.
She also enjoys intramural football and has a purple belt in Tae Kwon Do.

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