Willis's cords

plural noun
variants: or

Willis's trabeculae

Definition of Willis's cords

  1. :  slender fibers crossing the venous sinuses of the dura mater especially at the lower extremity of the superior sagittal sinus

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Origin and Etymology of willis's cords

after Thomas Willis †1675

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