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(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid

the round leaden seal affixed to a papal bull

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The stamp and bulla, which are about one centimeter in size, were deciphered by Dr.
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, in a statement, said Ghulam Muhammad Bulla organized protest demonstrations in Sopore (occupied Kashmir) which encouraged rest of the Valley to demand plebiscite in the disputed territory.
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An enlarged ethmoidal bulla may obstruct the infundibulum or the middle meatus.
El proceso supurativo resultante hace que el epitelio de la bulla cambie de cubico a columnar seudoestratificado, con un incremento en el numero de celulas y glandulas secretoras, empeorando el cumulo de secreciones (Gotthelf 2001).
seal mark that may have been made by the prophet Isaiah himself only 10 feet away from where we earlier discovered the highly-publicized bulla of King Hezekiah of Judah," said Dr.
According to Kashmir Media Service, Ghulam Mohammad Bulla was arrested by the Indian police and killed in custody on February 15, 1975, for leading a protest rally against Indra-Abdullah Accord in Sopore.
Giant pulmonary bulla (GPB) or giant emphysematous bulla (GEB), a bulla occupying more than one-third of the involved hemithorax, usually requires removal by surgical procedures such as bullectomy or lobectomy.
Bullous impetigo is the result of a staphylococcal infection, which produces an epidermolytic toxin leading to bulla formation.
Table 2 Appearance of primary lesions, Nikolsky sign and Bulla spread sign.
The anatomy of the temporal bone, the surgical route to the temporal bulla and the inner ear were investigated.
Some authors have associated the shape of the bulla of different mammalian species to idealised geometric figures in order to calculate the bullar volume from external measurements; such figures include, for example, the cylinder (Lange et al., 2004), the rectangular prism (Huang et al., 2002; Lange & Burda, 2005), or the elliptical cone (Schleich & Vassallo; Begall & Burda; Francescoli et al.).
The microdebrider then is employed to shave away the uncinate tissue and expose the ethmoid bulla.
Total ear canal ablation (TECA) was done to remove the necrotic tissues lining ear canal and Tympanic bulla osteoctomy (TBO) done to remove damage part of tympanic membrane and epithelium or middle ear that undergone metaplasia with new bone proliferation of tympanic bulla which was serving as resistant nidus of infection.