tunica


tunica
SYN: tunic. [L. a coat]
- t. albuginea a dense white collagenous tunic surrounding a structure.
- t. albuginea of corpora cavernosa [TA] a strong, fibrous membrane enveloping the corpora cavernosa penis. SYN: t. albuginea corporum cavernosorum [TA].
- t. albuginea corporis spongiosi [TA] SYN: t. albuginea of corpus spongiosum.
- t. albuginea corporum cavernosorum [TA] SYN: t. albuginea of corpora cavernosa.
- t. albuginea of corpus spongiosum [TA] the thick layer of fibrous tissue surrounding the corpus spongiosum penis; it is thinner than the corresponding layer around each corpus cavernosum. SYN: t. albuginea corporis spongiosi [TA], fibrous tunic of corpus spongiosum.
- t. albuginea ovarii [TA] SYN: t. albuginea of ovary.
- t. albuginea of ovary [TA] thin organ capsule of the ovary deep to the germinal epithelium. SYN: t. albuginea ovarii [TA].
- t. albuginea testis [TA] SYN: t. albuginea of testis.
- t. albuginea of testis [TA] a thick white fibrous membrane forming the outer coat or capsule of the testis. SYN: t. albuginea testis [TA], perididymis.
- t. carnea SYN: dartos fascia.
- t. conjunctiva [TA] SYN: conjunctiva.
- t. conjunctiva bulbi [TA] SYN: bulbar conjunctiva.
- t. conjunctiva palpebrarum [TA] SYN: palpebral conjunctiva.
- t. dartos [TA] SYN: dartos fascia. SEE ALSO: dartos muliebris.
- t. elastica t. media of large arteries.
- t. externa [TA] 1. the outer of two or more enveloping layers of any structure; 2. specifically, the outer fibroelastic coat of a blood or lymph vessel. SYN: t. extima [TA].
- t. externa oculi SYN: fibrous layer of eyeball.
- t. externa thecae folliculi the external fibrous layer of the theca of a well-developed vesicular ovarian follicle; the cells and fibers are arranged in a concentric fashion. SYN: theca externa.
- t. extima [TA] SYN: t. externa.
- t. fibromusculocartilaginea bronchi [TA] SYN: fibromusculocartilagenous layer of bronchi.
- t. fibrosa [TA] SYN: fibrous capsule.
- t. fibrosa bulbi [TA] SYN: fibrous layer of eyeball.
- t. fibrosa hepatis [TA] SYN: fibrous capsule of liver (2).
- t. fibrosa lienis SYN: fibrous capsule of spleen, fibrous capsule of spleen.
- t. fibrosa renis SYN: fibrous capsule of kidney.
- t. fibrosa splenis fibrous capsule of spleen.
- tunicae funiculi spermatici SYN: coverings of spermatic cord, under covering.
- Haller t. vasculosa SYN: vascular layer of eyeball.
- t. interna bulbi [TA] SYN: inner layer of eyeball.
- t. interna thecae folliculi the inner cellular and vascular layer of the vesicular ovarian follicle; there is evidence that the epithelioid cells produce estrogen and contribute to the formation of the corpus luteum after ovulation. SYN: theca interna.
- t. intima [TA] the innermost coat of a blood or lymphatic vessel; it consists of endothelium, usually a thin fibroelastic subendothelial layer, and an inner elastic membrane or longitudinal fibers.
- t. media [TA] the middle, usually muscular, coat of an artery or other tubular structure. SYN: media (1).
- t. mucosa [TA] SYN: mucosa.
- t. mucosa bronchi [TA] SYN: mucosa of bronchi.
- t. mucosa cavitatis tympani [TA] SYN: mucosa of tympanic cavity.
- t. mucosa coli SYN: mucosa of colon.
- t. mucosa ductus deferentis [TA] SYN: mucosa of ductus deferens.
- t. mucosa esophagi [TA] SYN: mucosa of esophagus.
- t. mucosa gastrica [TA] SYN: mucosa of stomach.
- t. mucosa intestini crassi [TA] SYN: mucosa of large intestine.
- t. mucosa intestini tenuis [TA] SYN: mucosa of small intestine.
- t. mucosa laryngis [TA] SYN: mucosa of larynx.
- t. mucosa linguae [TA] SYN: mucosa of tongue.
- t. mucosa nasi [TA] SYN: mucosa of nose.
- t. mucosa oris [TA] SYN: mucosa of mouth.
- t. mucosa pelvis renalis [TA] SYN: mucosa of renal pelvis.
- t. mucosa pharyngis [TA] SYN: mucosa of pharynx.
- t. mucosa tracheae [TA] SYN: mucosa of trachea.
- t. mucosa tubae auditivae [TA] SYN: mucosa of pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube.
- t. mucosa tubae auditoriae SYN: mucosa of pharyngotympanic (auditory) tube.
- t. mucosa tubae uterinae [TA] SYN: mucosa of uterine tube.
- t. mucosa ureteris [TA] SYN: mucosa of ureter.
- t. mucosa urethrae femininae [TA] SYN: mucosa of female urethra.
- t. mucosa uteri [TA] SYN: endometrium.
- t. mucosa vaginae [TA] SYN: mucosa of vagina.
- t. mucosa vesicae biliaris [TA] SYN: mucosa of gallbladder.
- t. mucosa vesicae felleae mucosa of gallbladder, mucosa of gallbladder.
- t. mucosa vesicae urinariae [TA] SYN: mucosa of (urinary) bladder.
- t. mucosa vesiculae seminalis mucosa of seminal gland.
- t. muscularis [TA] SYN: muscular layer.
- t. muscularis bronchiorum [TA] SYN: muscular layer of bronchi.
- t. muscularis coli [TA] SYN: muscular layer of colon.
- t. muscularis ductus deferentis [TA] SYN: muscular layer of ductus deferens.
- t. muscularis esophagi [TA] SYN: muscular layer of esophagus.
- t. muscularis gastrica [TA] SYN: muscular layer of stomach.
- t. muscularis glandulae vesiculosae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of seminal gland.
- t. muscularis intestini crassi [TA] SYN: muscular layer of large intestine.
- t. muscularis intestini tenuis [TA] SYN: muscular layer of small intestine.
- t. muscularis partis intermediae urethrae masculinae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of intermediate part of (male) urethra.
- t. muscularis partis prostaticae urethrae masculinae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of prostatic urethra.
- t. muscularis partis spongiosae urethrae masculinae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of spongy (male) urethra.
- t. muscularis pelvis renalis [TA] SYN: muscular layer of renal pelvis.
- t. muscularis pharyngis [TA] SYN: muscular layer of pharynx.
- t. muscularis recti [TA] SYN: muscular layer of rectum.
- t. muscularis tracheae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of trachea.
- t. muscularis tubae uterinae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of uterine tube.
- t. muscularis ureteris [TA] SYN: muscular layer of ureter.
- t. muscularis urethrae femininae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of female urethra.
- t. muscularis urethrae masculinae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of male urethra.
- t. muscularis uteri [TA] SYN: myometrium.
- t. muscularis vaginae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of vagina.
- t. muscularis ventriculi SYN: muscular layer of stomach.
- t. muscularis vesicae biliaris [TA] SYN: muscular layer of gallbladder.
- t. muscularis vesicae felleae muscular layer of gallbladder.
- t. muscularis vesicae urinariae [TA] SYN: muscular layer of urinary bladder.
- t. nervea an older term, formerly used to designate the retina exclusive of the layer of rods and cones. SYN: Brücke tunic.
- t. propria the special envelope of a part as distinguished from the peritoneal or other investment common to several parts.
- t. propria corii SYN: stratum reticulare corii.
- t. propria lienis SYN: fibrous capsule of spleen.
- t. reflexa the reflected layer of the t. vasculosa testis that lines the scrotum.
- t. sclerotica SYN: sclera.
- t. serosa [TA] SYN: serosa.
- t. serosa coli SYN: serosa of large intestine.
- t. serosa esophagi [TA] SYN: serosa of esophagus.
- t. serosa gastricae [TA] SYN: serosa of stomach.
- t. serosa hepatis [TA] SYN: serosa of liver.
- t. serosa intestini crassi [TA] SYN: serosa of large intestine.
- t. serosa intestini tenuis [TA] SYN: serosa of small intestine.
- t. serosa pericardii serosi [TA] SYN: serosa of serous pericardium.
- t. serosa peritonei [TA] SYN: serosa of peritoneum.
- t. serosa pleurae perietalis [TA] SYN: serosa of parietal pleura.
- t. serosa pleurae visceralis [TA] SYN: serosa of visceral pleura.
- t. serosa splenis [TA] SYN: serosa of the spleen.
- t. serosa tubae uterinae [TA] SYN: serosa of uterine tube.
- t. serosa uteri [TA] SYN: perimetrium, serosa of uterus.
- t. serosa ventriculi SYN: serosa of stomach.
- t. serosa vesicae biliaris [TA] SYN: serosa of gallbladder.
- t. serosa vesicae felleae serosa of gallbladder.
- t. serosa vesicae (urinariae) [TA] SYN: serosa of (urinary) bladder.
- t. spongiosa urethrae femininae [TA] SYN: spongy layer of female urethra.
- t. spongiosa vaginae [TA] SYN: spongy layer of vagina.
- t. submucosa SYN: submucosa.
- t. urethrae masculinae [TA] SYN: mucosa of male urethra.
- t. vaginalis communis SYN: internal spermatic fascia.
- t. vaginalis testis the serous sheath of the testis and epididymis, derived from the peritoneum; it consists of outer parietal and inner visceral serous layers.
- t. vasculosa any vascular layer.
- t. vasculosa bulbi [TA] SYN: vascular layer of eyeball.
- t. vasculosa lentis a nutrient vascular layer enveloping the lens of the eye in the fetus.
- t. vasculosa oculi SYN: vascular layer of eyeball.
- t. vasculosa testis the vascular layer enveloping the testis beneath the t. albuginea.
- t. vasculosa testis [TA] SYN: vascular layer of testis.
- t. vitrea SYN: posterior limiting lamina of cornea.

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tu·ni·ca 't(y)ü-ni-kə n, pl tu·ni·cae -nə-.kē, -.kī, -.sē an enveloping membrane or layer of body tissue

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n.
a covering or layer of an organ or part; for example, a layer of the wall of a blood vessel (see adventitia, intima, media). The tunica albuginea is a fibrous membrane comprising one of the covering tissues of the ovary, penis, and testis.

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tu·ni·ca (tooґnĭ-kə) pl. tuґnicae [L.] a membrane or other structure covering or lining a body part or organ. Called also coat and layer.

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


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