The word fenestration
finds its root in the Latin word for window, fenestra
- Products that fill openings in a building envelope, such as windows, doors, skylights, curtain walls, etc., designed to permit the passage of air, light, vehicles, or people.
- With reference to people, the word defenestration refers to being thrown from a window.Medicine
- An opening, occurring naturally or created surgically, as through a membrane.
- A surgical procedure by which an opening is created between the inner ear and tympanum to replace fenestrae.
- Anatomic fenestrations, in sinusoid vesselsPodcasting
- The MyMac Magazine podcast at MyMac.com formerly contained a regular segment by David Cohen entitled Fenestration, which discussed aspects of using Apple Macintosh computers in a world dominated by PCs running Microsoft Windows. Since May 2008, the segment has been turned into a written column on the MyMac site, with original content still provided by Cohen.