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iter

[it-air, ahy-tair] /ˈɪt ɛər, ˈaɪ tɛər/
noun, Anatomy.
1.
a canal or passage.
Origin of iter
1590-1600
1590-1600; < Latin: journey, route, passage in the body, akin to īre to go, Hittite itar way, road
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iter in Medicine

iter i·ter (ī'tər)
n.
A passage leading from one anatomical part to another.


i'ter·al (-tər-əl) adj.
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