[ păr′ə-mē′trē-əm ]
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n. pl. par•a•me•tri•a (-trē-ə)
The connective tissue of the pelvic floor extending laterally from the fibrous subserous coat of the supracervical portion of the uterus, and between the layers of the broad ligament.
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