[ mĕm-brā′nə-fôrm′ ]
Having the appearance or structure of a membrane.
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Example sentences from the Web for membraniform
Altered mucus in the form of membraniform shreds or cylinders occasionally pass in the so-called membranous enteritis.
The deposit in follicular or lacunar tonsillitis or angina is pulpy and not membraniform.