medullated

[med-l-ey-tid, mej-uh-ley-, muh-duhl-ey-tid]
adjective Anatomy.

Origin:
1865–70; medull(a) + -ate1 + -ed2

nonmedullated, adjective
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medullated (ˈmɛdəˌleɪtɪd, mɪˈdʌl-)
 
adj
1.  anatomy encased in a myelin sheath
2.  having a medulla

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medullated med·ul·lat·ed (měd'l-ā'tĭd)
adj.

  1. Myelinated.

  2. Having a medulla.

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The nerves are derived from the celiac plexus and are chiefly non-medullated.
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