Fundus (plural: fundi) is used as an anatomical term for many organs and is generally used in the sense of a part that is the lower part or is distant from the main aperture:
- fundus (stomach)
- fundus (gallbladder)
- fundus (uterus)
- fundus (eye)
- fundus (urinary bladder)
- fundus (internal acoustic meatus)
History and etymology
Fundus derives from the Latin word for bottom or base.
- 1. fundus. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged. Random House, Inc. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/fundus (accessed: January 8, 2018).