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Synonyms for capsule

Synonyms for capsule

a small container

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a pill in the form of a small rounded gelatinous container with medicine inside

a dry dehiscent seed vessel or the spore-containing structure of e

a shortened version of a written work

a spacecraft designed to transport people and support human life in outer space

a pilot's seat in an airplane that can be forcibly ejected in the case of an emergency

enclose in a capsule

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The experimental group contained 113 patients injected 3g of tranexamic acid in 40 mL of sterile saline into hip articular cavity from intermuscular space following fixation of the implants and closure of articular capsule, short external rotators (Fig.
The resurfaced head of the bone was placed in the acetabulum cavity and the articular capsule was sutured with the absorbable synthetic vycrill no.
By doing this, the blocks with the mandibular fossa, the articular disc, the mandible condyle, the articular capsule and posterior third of the lateral pterygoid muscle were obtained, with both the heads.
In the 1960s, Takahashi (3, 4) took up the study of the articular capsule, or ligament, called by him 'catch apparatus' (CA), that surrounds the primary spine-test articulation of the sea urchin Anthocidaris crassispina.
True ankylosis is a condition that results in osseous or fibrous adhesion between the surfaces of the TMJ, within the limits of the articular capsule.
The thicker part ended on the upper surface of the articular capsule of the shoulder joint, the thinner part inserted on the lateral third of inferior part of clavicle and fascia of subclavius muscle.
At the turn of the last century, Count Jakob von Uexkull, a self-supporting German biologist noted for his strong vitalist convictions, published a paper (1900) titled "The Physiology of the Sea-urchin Spine" in which he reported that the voluntary and reflex movements of the spine are powered by a thin layer of muscle fibers that surrounds the thick articular capsule.
Third head of biceps may present as a group of accessory fascicles arising from the coracoid process, the pectoralis major tendon, head of humerus, articular capsule of humerus or from shaft of humerus itself [2].
Critical periods in the prenatal morphogenesis of the human lateral pterygoid muscle, the mandibular condyle, the articular disk, and medial articular capsule.
and more frequently the retraction of the articular capsule (Ahmad; Gray; Kendall & McCreary; Puig et al.