1870 in the anatomical sense, noun of action from Latin fenestrare, from fenestra "window, opening for light," a word perhaps from Etruscan. Meaning "arrangement of windows" as a design element in architecture is from 1846. Related: Fenestrated.
1. Objective To provide sectional anatomy mutuality parameter for maxillary sinus endoscopic fenestration.
2. The opening in a bone made by surgical fenestration.
3. Multiple aneurysms at the site of a basilar artery fenestration ( BAF ) are extremely rare.
4. Angiograms of the vertebrobasilar artery demonstrated fenestration of the proximal basilar artery associated with two aneurysms.
5. Smple fenestration was adopted to resect the ligamenta flava to treat retro - Lumbar spinal stenosis for 36 cases.