nodulus

[noj-uh-luh s]

noun, plural nod·u·li [noj-uh-lahy, -lee] /ˈnɒdʒ əˌlaɪ, -ˌli/. Anatomy.

a small node, especially on the vermis of the cerebellum.

Origin of nodulus

1645–55; < Latin nōdulus little knot; see nodule
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nodulus in Medicine

nodulus

[nŏjə-ləs]

n. pl. nod•u•li (-lī′)

A small node; nodule.
The posterior extremity of the lower part of the vermis of the cerebellum.
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