Pneumonocyte



pneumonocyte pneu·mo·no·cyte (nōō’mə-nō-sīt’, nyōō’-, nu-mŏn’ə-, nyu-)
n.
Any of the cells lining the alveoli in the respiratory part of the lung.

Tagged:

Read Also:

  • Pneumonopexy

    pneumonopexy pneu·mo·no·pex·y (nōō’mə-nō-pěk’sē, nyōō’-, nu-mō’nə-, nyu-) n. Surgical fixation of the lung by suturing the costal and pulmonary pleurae or by causing their adhesion.

  • Pneumonorrhaphy

    pneumonorrhaphy pneu·mo·nor·rha·phy (nōō’mə-nôr’ə-fē, nyōō’-) n. Suture of the lung.



  • Pneumonotomy

    pneumonotomy pneu·mo·not·o·my (nōō’mə-nŏt’ə-mē, nyōō’-) n. Incision of the lung. Also called pneumotomy.

  • Pneumo-orbitography

    pneumo-orbitography pneu·mo-or·bi·tog·ra·phy (nōō’mō-ôr’bĭ-tŏg’rə-fē, nyōō’-) n. Radiographic visualization of the eye socket after the injection of a gas.



Disclaimer: Pneumonocyte definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.