oblongata

[ob-lawng-gah-tuh, -long-]

Origin of oblongata

< New Latin: literally, oblong; see -ate1
Related formspre·ob·lon·ga·ta, noun, plural pre·ob·lon·ga·tas, pre·ob·lon·ga·tae.
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oblongata in Medicine

oblongata

[ŏb′lŏng-gātə, -gätə]
n.
  1. The medulla oblongata.
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