stenosis

[sti-noh-sis]

Origin of stenosis

1855–60; < New Latin < Greek sténōsis. See steno-, -osis
Related formsste·not·ic [sti-not-ik] /stɪˈnɒt ɪk/, adjective
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stenosis

noun plural -ses (-siːz)
  1. pathol an abnormal narrowing of a bodily canal or passage
Derived Formsstenotic (stɪˈnɒtɪk), adjective

Word Origin for stenosis

C19: via New Latin from Greek stenōsis, from stenoun to constrict, from stenos narrow
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Word Origin and History for stenotic

stenosis

n.

1872, Modern Latin, from Greek stenosis "narrowing," from stenoun "to narrow," from stenos "narrow."

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stenotic in Medicine

stenotic

[stə-nŏtĭk]
adj.
  1. Of or affected with stenosis.

stenosis

[stə-nōsĭs]
n. pl. ste•no•ses (-sēz)
  1. A constriction or narrowing of a duct or passage; a stricture.
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