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1. An aperture for the admission of light or air or both. 2. A small aperture into a cavity, esp. that of the inner ear. SYN: SEE: fenestra 3. A period after acute infection when neither the cause of the infection nor antibodies against it can be detected in blood or body fluids. 4. In echocardiography, an imaging view of a body structure.
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