Origin of intima
OTHER WORDS FROM intimain·ti·mal, adjectivesub·in·ti·mal, adjective
How to use intima in a sentence
As the intimal growth increases, the blood supply is cut off.
Again, one not infrequently encounters intimal nodosities when the underlying media appears of normal thickness.
Intimal fibrosis is common, together with hypertrophy and fibrosis of the middle coat.
The changes affected chiefly the intima, to less degree the media, and histologically were very much like human intimal disease.
The carotids, however, were larger than normal and they showed typical intimal sclerosis with connective tissue thickening.