marsupialization mar·su·pi·al·i·za·tion (mär-sōō’pē-ə-lĭ-zā’shən)
Surgical alteration of a cyst or similar enclosed cavity by making an incision and suturing the flaps to the adjacent tissue, creating a pouch.
noun 1. a burrowing Australian marsupial of the genus Notoryctes, resembling a common mole in form and behavior. noun 1. any molelike marsupial of the family Notoryctidae
noun 1. any of various mouse-sized to rat-sized marsupials of the family Dasyuridae, occurring in Australia, New Guinea, and Tasmania: some species are rare or endangered. 2. the mouselike crested-tailed Dasycercus cristicauda of Australian deserts. noun 1. any mouselike insectivorous marsupial of the subfamily Phascogalinae: family Dasyuridae
[mahr-soo-pee-uh m] /mɑrˈsu pi əm/ noun, plural marsupia [mahr-soo-pee-uh] /mɑrˈsu pi ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the pouch or fold of skin on the abdomen of a female marsupial. /mɑːˈsjuːpɪəm; -ˈsuː-/ noun (pl) -pia (-pɪə) 1. an external pouch in most female marsupials within which the newly born offspring are suckled and complete their development
noun 1. a dark grayish-purple color. 2. a purple pigment used in painting, artificially made from an iron oxide base and characterized by strong film-forming properties and permanence.