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areolar

 [ah-re´o-lar]
1. containing minute spaces.
2. pertaining to an areola.

a·re·o·lar

(ă-rē'ō-lăr),
Relating to an areola.

areolar

[erē′ələr]
Etymology: L, areola, little space
pertaining to an areola.

a·re·o·lar

(ă-rē'ō-lăr)
Relating to an areola.

areolar

1. containing minute spaces.
2. pertaining to an areola.

areolar connective tissue
loose, spongy connective tissue.
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Posterior polar central choroidal dystrophy affects a larger area than central areolar choroidal dystrophy and in our case the patient was in the advanced stage.
8 Endoscopic thyroidectomy via the areolar approach is conducive to early postoperative recovery by minimizing surgical sites and hiding them distant from the neck as well as by mildly burdening organs and systems.
This was discrete from genitalia and was associated with a nipple areolar complex (Fig.
Fruits of Astrophytum are not fleshy, they are almost dry, and they are covered with dense areolar wool and spinescent bracteoles (Anderson, 2001; Powell et al.
During arousal, the skin flushes, the lips become redder and the areolar tissue around the nipples becomes pinker and darker.
Soros redondos o algo alargados, en 1(o 2) filas regulares a irregulares en cada lado de la vena primaria (costa) y/o secundarios, nacen en una concavidad de la lamina y se imprimen en la superficie adaxial formando una protuberancia de forma areolar.
11) is called an areolar exponential equation of the Fempl type [4].
On the 7th day the predominant phenomenon was developing areolar connective tissue in hypoderm from deep parts of the wound into the empty space.
A self-retaining retractor was used to separate the brachioradial and flexor carpal muscles, and a silicone elastomer vessel loop was placed around the RA pedicle to include the RA vena communicantes and fatty areolar tissue.
The earliest lesion of hidradenitis suppurativa is a painful erythematous nodule in an apocrine gland-bearing site such as axilla, inguinal, perianal and even the areolar skin leading to abscess formation.
This fluid collection can be dark and present as a blue mass under the areolar region.
Estas vainas constituyeron el epineuro, tejido areolar que envuelve el nervio e incluye a los vasos intraneurales (12, 20, 32), facilmente identificable por tratarse de un nervio multifascicular (1, 29).