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Synonyms for bulb


Synonyms for bulb

a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure

electric lamp consisting of a transparent or translucent glass housing containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated by electricity

a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end)

anything with a round shape resembling a teardrop

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a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ

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A polypoid appearance was also observed along the esophagus, bulbus and the entire colon in our case, and the asymptomatic patient was referred to the Pediatric Gastroenterology Department for observation.
The root myelos ([phrase omitted]) is contained in the term myelencephalon, which is given in TA with names medulla oblongata and bulbus. Hieron osteon ([phrase omitted]) is the old Greek term for sacrum ("sacred" or "holy" bone) and is used in terms describing the shape of sacrum-dolichohieric or platyhieric.
Edema of the right eyelid was localized, and there was ptosis of the upper right eyelid and protrusion of the right bulbus. Postoperative wound healing was neat.
Zhu et al., "Effects of different drying methods on processing performance and quality in bulbus of Tulipa edulis," Journal of Chinese Meteria Medica, vol.
Considering the possibility of the presence of stenosis compatible with compression, a barium X-ray of the upper gastrointestinal system was obtained and it was found that the stomach was markedly strained and enlarged and the bulbus and the first and second parts of the duodenum were enlarged (Picture 2).
After the local anesthesia, the bulbus was stabilized with an atraumatic 4-0 silk traction suture suspending the superior rectus muscle.
Primary PAS is the most frequent sarcoma of the great arteries [2], in most cases arising in the area derived from the embryologic bulbus cordis, which leads to PAS predominantly occurring in the main pulmonary artery [3] which is involved in 80% of cases: the left pulmonary artery in 58%, the right pulmonary artery in 57%, both arteries in 37%, the pulmonary valve in 29%, and the right ventricle in 8%.
Paraffin sections (4 [micro]m) of the bulbus oculi were then stained with hematoxylin and eosin (H&E).
The endoscopic evaluation revealed inflammatory findings in esophagus and bulbus with a loose lower esophageal sphincter.
MM may occur at wherever melanocytes exist not only in the skin but also in site such as the bulbus oculi, conjunctiva, pharynx, esophagus, sinonasal cavity, and pudendum.
Li et al., "Identification of Fritillariae bulbus from adulterants using ITS2 regions," Plant Gene, vol.
In this way, we gain access to the area of the bulbus duodeni.
After that, the intraocular pressure (IOP) was evaluated by bulbus palpation.
(2004) Effects of bulbus Fritillaria water extract on blood pressure and renal functions in the L-NAME-induced hypertensive rats.
Ust abdomene yonelik portal venoz fazda elde edilen imajlarda duodenum bulbus taban kesiminde duodenum duvarinda 16 mm capa sahip solid yumusak doku kitlesi ve colyak trunkus anterior komsulugunda ekstrapankreatik yerlesimli 17 mm boyutunda bir adet nodul formasyonu mevcuttu.