plica


plica
[TA] SYN: fold (1). [Mod. L. a plait or fold]
- plicae adiposae pleurae SYN: fatty folds of pleura, under fold.
- plicae alares plicae synovialis infrapatellaris SYN: alar folds of intrapatellar synovial fold, under fold.
- plicae ampullares tubae uterinae SYN: ampullary folds of uterine tube, under fold.
- p. anterior faucium palatoglossal arch.
- p. aryepiglottica [TA] SYN: aryepiglottic fold.
- p. axillaris SYN: axillary fold.
- plicae cecales [TA] SYN: cecal folds, under fold.
- p. cecalis vascularis [TA] SYN: vascular fold of the cecum.
- p. chordae tympani SYN: fold of chorda tympani.
- p. choroidea in the embryo, an infolding of the pia mater from which the choroid plexus develops.
- plicae ciliares [TA] SYN: ciliary folds, under fold.
- plicae circulares intestini tenuis [TA] SYN: circular folds of small intestine, under fold.
- p. duodenalis inferior [TA] SYN: inferior duodenal fold.
- p. duodenalis superior [TA] SYN: superior duodenal fold.
- p. duodenojejunalis superior duodenal fold.
- p. duodenomesocolica inferior duodenal fold.
- p. epigastrica SYN: lateral umbilical fold.
- plicae epiglotticae SYN: epiglottic folds, under fold.
- p. fimbriata faciei inferioris linguae [TA] SYN: fimbriated fold of inferior surface of tongue.
- plicae gastricae [TA] SYN: gastric folds, under fold.
- plicae gastropancreaticae [TA] SYN: gastropancreatic folds, under fold.
- p. glossoepiglottica lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral glossoepiglottic fold.
- p. glossoepiglottica mediana [TA] SYN: median glossoepiglottic fold.
- p. gubernatrix SYN: genitoinguinal ligament.
- p. hypogastrica SYN: medial umbilical fold.
- p. ileocecalis [TA] SYN: ileocecal fold.
- p. incudis SYN: incudal fold.
- p. inguinalis an embryonic mesodermal thickening that joins the caudal end of the urogenital ridge to the anterior abdominal wall; the gubernaculum of the testis develops in it. SYN: inguinal fold.
- p. interdigitalis SYN: web of fingers/toes.
- p. interureterica [TA] SYN: interureteric crest.
- plicae iridis [TA] SYN: folds of iris, under fold.
- p. lacrimalis [TA] SYN: lacrimal fold.
- p. longitudinalis duodeni [TA] SYN: longitudinal fold of duodenum.
- p. lunata SYN: p. semilunaris of conjunctiva.
- plicae malleares (anterior et posterior) [TA] SYN: mallear folds, under fold.
- p. membranae tympani SYN: mallear folds, under fold.
- plicae mucosae vesicae biliaris [TA] SYN: mucosal folds of gallbladder, under fold.
- p. nervi laryngei superioris [TA] SYN: fold of superior laryngeal nerve.
- p. palatina transversa [TA] SYN: transverse palatine fold.
- plicae palmatae canalis cervicis uteri [TA] SYN: palmate folds of cervical canal, under fold.
- p. palpebronasalis [TA] SYN: palpebronasal fold.
- p. paraduodenalis [TA] SYN: paraduodenal fold.
- p. posterior faucium palatopharyngeal arch.
- plicae recti SYN: transverse folds of rectum, under fold.
- p. rectouterina [TA] SYN: rectouterine fold.
- p. rectovaginalis SYN: sacrovaginal fold.
- p. salpingopalatina [TA] SYN: salpingopalatine fold.
- p. salpingopharyngea [TA] SYN: salpingopharyngeal fold.
- plicae semilunares coli [TA] SYN: semilunar folds of colon, under fold.
- plicae semilunares of colon SYN: semilunar folds of colon, under fold.
- p. semilunaris [TA] SYN: semilunar fold.
- p. semilunaris of conjunctiva [TA] 1. [NA] the semilunar fold formed by the palpebral conjunctiva at the medial angle of the eye; 2. a fold of the conjunctival mucous membrane found in many animals; normally partially hidden in the medial canthus of the eye when at rest, it may be extended to cover part or all of the cornea in a winking-like action to clean the cornea, as in birds. SYN: membrana nictitans, nictitating membrane, palpebra III, palpebra tertia, third eyelid. SYN: p. semilunaris conjunctivae [TA], p. lunata, p. semilunaris of eye, semilunar conjunctival fold.
- p. semilunaris conjunctivae [TA] SYN: p. semilunaris of conjunctiva.
- p. semilunaris of eye SYN: p. semilunaris of conjunctiva.
- p. spiralis ductus cystici [TA] SYN: spiral fold of cystic duct.
- p. stapedialis SYN: fold of stapes.
- p. sublingualis [TA] SYN: sublingual fold.
- p. synovialis SYN: synovial fold.
- p. synovialis infrapatellaris [TA] SYN: infrapatellar synovial fold.
- p. synovialis patellaris SYN: infrapatellar synovial fold.
- plicae transversales recti [TA] SYN: transverse folds of rectum, under fold.
- p. triangularis [TA] SYN: triangular fold.
- plicae tubariae tubae uterinae [TA] SYN: folds of uterine tubes, under fold.
- p. tubopalatina SYN: salpingopalatine fold.
- p. umbilicalis lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral umbilical fold.
- p. umbilicalis medialis [TA] SYN: medial umbilical fold.
- p. urachi SYN: median umbilical fold.
- p. ureterica SYN: interureteric crest.
- p. uterovesicalis SYN: uterovesical ligament.
- p. venae cavae sinistrae [TA] SYN: fold of left vena cava.
- p. ventricularis SYN: vestibular fold.
- p. vesicalis transversa SYN: transverse vesical fold.
- p. vesicouterina SYN: uterovesical ligament.
- p. vestibularis [TA] SYN: vestibular fold.
- p. vestibuli a fold of mucous membrane forming a ridge on the septum of the nose.
- p. villosa one of the ridges of the mucous membrane of the stomach in the region of the pylorus.
- p. vocalis [TA] SYN: vocal fold.

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pli·ca 'plī-kə n, pl pli·cae -.kē, -.sē a fold or folded part esp a groove or fold of skin

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n.
a fold of tissue; for example, the plica sublingualis, the mucous fold in the floor of the mouth.
plicate adj.

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pli·ca (pliґkə) gen. and pl. pliґcae [L.] fold: anatomical nomenclature for a ridge or fold, as of peritoneum or other membrane.

Descriptions are given on TA terms, and include anglicized names of specific folds.


Medical dictionary. 2011.

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