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Fundus (Latin for "bottom") is an anatomical term referring to that part of a concavity in any organ, which is at the far end from its opening. Examples include:
- Fundus (stomach), the portion of the stomach's body which bulges up past the point of entry of the oesophagus
- Fundus of gallbladder, the portion of the gallbladder which lies the farthest from the cystic duct
- Fundus (uterus), the top portion, opposite from the cervix
- Fundus (eye), of the eye is the interior surface of the eye, opposite the lens, and includes the retina, optic disc, macula and fovea, and posterior pole
- Fundus camera, equipment for photographing the interior of the eye
- Fundus of the urinary bladder
- Fundus (brain), is the deepest part of any sulcus of the cerebral cortex
- Fundus (seabed), the seabed in a tidal river below low water mark
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