adjective cav·i·tary \ˈka-və-ˌter-ē, -ˌte-rē\

Definition of CAVITARY

:  of, relating to, or characterized by bodily cavitation <cavitary tuberculosis> <cavitary lesions>

First Known Use of CAVITARY


Rhymes with CAVITARY

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Medical Dictionary


adjective cav·i·tary \ˈkav-ə-ˌter-ē\

Medical Definition of CAVITARY

:  of, relating to, or characterized by bodily cavitation <cavitary tuberculosis> <cavitary lesions>


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