- ventricle of Arantius
- the fossa rhomboidea, especially its lower end.
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Ventricle — A ventricle is a chamber of an organ. For example, the four connected cavities (hollow spaces) in the central portion of the brain and the lower two chambers of the heart are called ventricles. * * * A normal cavity, as of the brain or heart. SYN … Medical dictionary
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calamus — 1. The dried, unpeeled rhizome of Acorus c. (family Araceae), cultivated in Myanmar and Sri Lanka, a carminative and anthelminthic. 2. A reed shaped structure. [L. reed, a pen] c. scriptorius inferior part of the rhomboid fossa; the narrow lower… … Medical dictionary