Origin of evagination
Late Latin evagination-, evaginatio, act of unsheathing, from Latin evaginare to unsheathe, from e- + vagina sheath
First Known Use: circa 1676
Medical Definition of evagination
1: a process of turning outward or inside out <evagination of a plasma membrane>
2: a part or structure that is produced by evagination—called also outpocketing, outpouching
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