noun, plural an·tra [an-truh]. /ˈæn trə/. Anatomy.
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OTHER WORDS FROM antrumantral, adjective
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Poliantrum, from pollutum antrum, on account of the carcases of men therein buried.Churches and Church Ornaments|William Durandus
As a result of this free incision, drainage is given to the contents of the tympanic cavity, attic, and antrum.
Macewen, who first described this triangle, gave it as a guide for the exposure of the antrum.
The method of opening the antrum in a straightforward case will first be described.
As soon as the antrum is reached, pus will be seen to ooze through the opening made, especially if it is under tension.