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appendiceal

[ ap-uhn-dish-uhl, uh-pen-di-see-uhl ]
/ ˌæp ənˈdɪʃ əl, əˌpɛn dɪˈsi əl /
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adjective

of or relating to the vermiform appendix.

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Also ap·pen·di·cal [uh-pen-di-kuhl], /əˈpɛn dɪ kəl/, ap·pen·di·cial [ap-uhn-dish-uhl]. /ˌæp ənˈdɪʃ əl/.

Origin of appendiceal

1905–10; <Latin appendic- (see appendix) + -eal, variant of -ial
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Medical definitions for appendiceal

appendiceal
[ ə-pĕn′dĭ-sēəl, ăp′ən-dĭsē-əl, -dĭsh- ]

adj.

Relating to an appendix.
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