serosa

noun
se·​ro·​sa | \sə-ˈrō-zə \

Definition of serosa 

: a usually enclosing serous membrane

Other Words from serosa

serosal \ sə-​ˈrō-​zəl \ adjective

First Known Use of serosa

circa 1890, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for serosa

New Latin, from feminine of serosus serous, from Latin serum

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serosa

noun
se·​ro·​sa | \sə-ˈrō-zə \
plural serosas also serosae\ -​zē \

Medical Definition of serosa 

: a usually enclosing serous membrane the peritoneal serosa

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