Antro refers to an establishment with a bad reputation or alternative movements. In anatomy, an antrum is cavities of a certain organ.
The word antro comes from the Latin antrum that indicates a grotto, a cave or the cavities of the trunks. Its plural anthra is used in Latin to refer to body cavities such as the nostrils or the stomach cavity.
In some Spanish-speaking countries, especially Latin American countries, a club is used popularly to refer to a place with dance music, such as a disco.
Some synonyms for antro are: refuge, establishment, garito, cubil, cavity, pit.
Antro in medicine
The antrum in medicine refers to the cavities that exist in certain types of organs such as, for example, the gastric antrum or also called the stomach antrum, located before the stomach pylorus that connects with the duodenum. The gastric antrum is responsible for the acid secretion of the stomach and emptying into the duodenum.
In the area of embryology, the antrum refers to the cavity that is filled with fluid when the secondary follicles fuse with their vesicles in the final process of oogenesis called mature or Graaf follicle. This follicle will be responsible for expelling the oocyte from the ovary to be fertilized.
Antro music refers to the dance music that plays most at parties. They are characterized by being danceable and mass consumption.