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Saccus conjunctiva

Definition
noun
The Latin term for conjunctival sac, a fornix or space between the palpebral and bulbar conjuctiva of the eye, and bound by the conjunctival membrane.
Supplement
Word origin: conjunctiva: from Medieval Latin (membrāna) coniūnctīva, connective (membrane); saccus: Latin for “bag”.
Synonym: conjunctival sac.


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