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intra vitam

[in-truh vahy-tam] /ˈɪn trə ˈvaɪ tæm/ Biology
adverb
1.
during life:
the staining of tissues intra vitam.
adjective
2.
occurring during life; intravital:
an intravitam diagnosis of rabies.
Origin of intra vitam
1880-1885
First recorded in 1880-85, intra vitam is from the Latin word intrā vītam
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intra vitam in Medicine

intra vitam in·tra vi·tam (ĭn'trə vī'tām)
adv.
During life.

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