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seroserous se·ro·se·rous (sēr'ō-sēr'əs)

  1. Of or relating to two serous surfaces.

  2. Of, relating to, or being a suture, as of the intestine, in which the edges of the wound are folded in a manner that brings two serous surfaces into apposition.

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