splanchnic

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adjective splanch·nic \ˈsplaŋk-nik\

Definition of splanchnic

  1. :  of or relating to the viscera :  visceral

Origin and Etymology of splanchnic

New Latin splanchnicus, from Greek splanchnikos, from splanchna, plural, viscera; akin to Greek splēn spleen


First Known Use: 1681


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splanchnic

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adjective splanch·nic \ˈsplaŋk-nik\

Medical Definition of splanchnic

  1. :  of or relating to the viscera :  visceral <splanchnic circulation>


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