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caecum

[ see-kuhm ]
/ ˈsi kəm /
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noun, plural cae·ca [see-kuh]. /ˈsi kə/.

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British Dictionary definitions for caecum

caecum

US cecum

/ (ˈsiːkəm) /

noun plural -ca (-kə)

anatomy any structure or part that ends in a blind sac or pouch, esp the pouch that marks the beginning of the large intestine
caecal or US cecal, adjective
C18: short for Latin intestinum caecum blind intestine, translation of Greek tuphlon enteron
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Medical definitions for caecum

caecum
[ sēkəm ]

n.

Variant ofcecum
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