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ileac

1
[ il-ee-ak ]
/ ˈɪl iˌæk /
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adjective

of or relating to the ileum.

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Origin of ileac

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ile- + -ac, on model of iliac

Definition for ileac (2 of 2)

ileac2
[ il-ee-ak ]
/ ˈɪl iˌæk /

adjective

of or relating to ileus.

Origin of ileac

2
1815–25; ile(us) + -ac, on model of iliac
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British Dictionary definitions for ileac

ileac

ileal (ˈɪlɪəl)

/ (ˈɪlɪˌæk) /

adjective

anatomy of or relating to the ileum
pathol of or relating to ileus
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Medical definitions for ileac (1 of 2)

ileac 22
[ ĭlē-ăk′ ]

adj.

Of, relating to, or involving the ileum.

Medical definitions for ileac (2 of 2)

ileac 11
[ ĭlē-ăk′ ]

adj.

Of, relating to, or having the nature of ileus.
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