• Definition for "glomus"
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glomus definition

  • noun:
    • a little human body enclosed by numerous nerve materials, comprising an anastomosis between fine arterioles and veins.
    • a tiny human anatomy enclosed by many nerve fibers, comprising an anastomosis between fine arterioles and veins.
    • a little human body in the middle of numerous neurological fibers, comprising an anastomosis between fine arterioles and veins.
    • a tiny human body surrounded by numerous neurological fibers, comprising an anastomosis between fine arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either lateral ventricle of brain.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either horizontal ventricle regarding the brain.
    • a little body enclosed by many nerve fibers, comprising an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either horizontal ventricle for the brain.
    • A coil of choroid plexus expanding into either lateral ventricle associated with brain.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting in to the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the order of the pronephros into the embryos of this lower vertebrates. (See cut in next column.)
    • A coil of choroid plexus expanding into either horizontal ventricle of the mind.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros in the embryos of the lower vertebrates. (See cut in next column.)
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros in the embryos of the lower vertebrates. (See cut in next column.)
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting to the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the order of the pronephros into the embryos associated with reduced vertebrates. (See cut-in next column.)
    • A small body in the middle of many neurological materials, composed of an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting to the body-cavity, or cœloma, around the pronephros when you look at the embryos associated with the lower vertebrates. (See cut-in after that column.)
    • A coil of choroid plexus expanding into either lateral ventricle for the mind.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros in the embryos associated with lower vertebrates. (See cut-in next column.)
    • a tiny human body surrounded by many neurological fibers, consisting of an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either lateral ventricle associated with the mind.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros in the embryos of the lower vertebrates. (See cut in next column.)
    • a tiny human anatomy in the middle of many nerve fibers, comprising an anastomosis between fine arterioles and veins.
    • a little human anatomy surrounded by numerous neurological fibers, comprising an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • a little human body enclosed by numerous nerve fibers, consisting of an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of choroid plexus expanding into either lateral ventricle of the mind.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either lateral ventricle of this brain.
    • a tiny human anatomy surrounded by many nerve fibers, composed of an anastomosis between good arterioles and veins.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros into the embryos associated with the reduced vertebrates. (See cut-in after that column.)
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either horizontal ventricle regarding the mind.
    • A coil of choroid plexus extending into either lateral ventricle associated with brain.
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting to the body-cavity, or cœloma, around the pronephros into the embryos for the lower vertebrates. (See cut in after that column.)
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting into the body-cavity, or cœloma, in the region of the pronephros in the embryos of the lower vertebrates. (See cut in next column.)
    • A coil of blood-vessels projecting to the body-cavity, or cœloma, approximately the pronephros into the embryos of this lower vertebrates. (See cut in after that line.)
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