restiform

Word Origin for restiform

C19: from New Latin restiformis, from Latin restis a rope + forma shape
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Examples from the Web for restiform

Historical Examples of restiform

  • Exophthalmia in animals born of parents in which an injury to the restiform body had produced that protrusion of the eyeball.

  • The restiform columns derived from spinal fibres enter the cerebellum and terminate chiefly in its hemispheres.

    Degeneracy

    Eugene S. Talbot


restiform in Medicine

restiform

[rĕstə-fôrm′]
adj.
  1. Having the shape of a rope; ropelike.
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