noun, plural con·junc·ti·vas, con·junc·ti·vae [kon-juhngk-tahy-vee] /ˌkɒn dʒʌŋkˈtaɪ vi/. Anatomy.
Origin of conjunctiva
Examples from the Web for conjunctival
A corresponding, slightly larger, area is similarly removed from the under or conjunctival surface of the upper lid (Fig. 139).
The conjunctival sac should be washed out with boric lotion and a pad of cyanide gauze applied over the closed lid.
The angles of the incision are freed from iris by means of the spatula and the conjunctival flap is replaced in position.
Dilatation of the conjunctival vessels was observed in thirty-four cases.Neuralgia and the Diseases that Resemble it|Francis E. Anstie
The conjunctival flap is now replaced and a bandage applied.Glaucoma|Various
British Dictionary definitions for conjunctival
noun plural -vas or -vae (-viː)
Word Origin for conjunctiva
Word Origin and History for conjunctival
1540s, medical Latin, short for membrana conjunctiva "conjunctive membrane" (see conjunctive).