Celiac
Celiac \Ce"li*ac\, a. (Anat.) See C[oe]llac. [1913 Webster]

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  • Celiac — (or coeliac in British English) may refer to: Coeliac disease Celiac artery Celiac lymph nodes Celiac plexus This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • celiac — CELIÁC, Ă, celiaci, ce, adj. (anat.) Al cavităţii abdominale. [pr.: li ac] – Din fr. coeliaque. Trimis de valeriu, 03.03.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  celiác adj. m. (sil. li ac), pl. celiáci; f …   Dicționar Român

  • celiac — alternative spelling of COELIAC (Cf. coeliac) (q.v.); also see OE (Cf. oe) …   Etymology dictionary

  • celiac — [sē′lē ak΄] adj. [L coeliacus < Gr koiliakos < koilia: see COELE] of or in the abdominal cavity …   English World dictionary

  • celiac — Relating to the abdominal cavity. [G. koilia, belly] * * * ce·li·ac or chiefly Brit coe·li·ac sē lē .ak adj 1) of or relating to the abdominal cavity 2) belonging to or prescribed for celiac disease <the celiac syndrome> <a celiac… …   Medical dictionary

  • Celiac — Coeliac C[oe] li*ac, Celiac Ce li*ac, a. [L. coeliacus, Gr. ?, fr. ? belly, fr. koi^los hollow.] Relating to the abdomen, or to the cavity of the abdomen. [1913 Webster] {C[oe]liac artery} (Anat.), the artery which issues from the aorta just… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • celiac — adjective a) Of, pertaining to or located within the abdomen or abdominal cavity. b) Of or pertaining to celiac disease …   Wiktionary

  • celiac — US var. of COELIAC. * * * celiac var. of cœliac …   Useful english dictionary

  • celiac — also coeliac adjective Etymology: Latin coeliacus, from Greek koiliakos, from koilia cavity, from koilos hollow more at cave Date: 1662 of or relating to the abdominal cavity …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • celiac — See coeliac …   Dictionary of molecular biology

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