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Related to bulbar: bulbar conjunctiva, Bulbar muscles, Bulbar polio

bulbar

 [bul´ber]
1. pertaining to a bulb.
2. pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata, such as bulbar paralysis.

bul·bar

(bŭl'bar),
1. Relating to a bulb.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon (hindbrain).
3. Bulb-shaped; resembling a bulb.

bulbar

/bul·bar/ (bul´ber)
1. pertaining to a bulb.
2. pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata.

bulbar

(bŭl′bər, -bär′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a bulb, especially of the medulla oblongata: bulbar poliomyelitis.

bulbar

[bul′bər]
Etymology: L, bulbus
1 pertaining to a bulb.
2 pertaining to the medulla oblongata of the brain and the cranial nerves.

bulbar

adjective Referring to a bulb, especially the medulla oblongata, as in bulbar palsy.

bul·bar

(bŭl'bahr)
1. Relating to a bulb.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon (hindbrain).
3. Bulb-shaped; resembling a bulb.

bulbar

rhombencephalon

bulbar 

Pertaining to the eyeball.

bulbar

pertaining to a bulb; pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata, as bulbar paralysis.

infectious bulbar necrosis
one of the several forms taken by foot abscess in sheep. See also foot abscess.
infectious bulbar paralysis
bulbar paralysis
originates from the medulla oblongata. The pyramidal and extrapyramidal tracts pass from the midbrain through the medulla and are susceptible to damage by agents that operate in the area. Paralysis of this type has the characteristics of an upper motor lesion with muscle tone and local tendon reflexes retained.
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After a while, the bulbar conjunctive will begin to swell and become red.
The interval between onset of these bulbar symptoms and intubation was [less than or equal to]1 day in 9 of 12 patients (range <1-6 days).
Bulbar symptoms may be the presenting symptoms, but more often develop during the course of the disease.
The authors found that the severity of burning and stinging symptoms were significantly reduced with the enhanced lubricating agent lens, and signs of bulbar conjunctival hyperaemia, ocular surface staining and palpebral conjunctival roughness were significantly reduced with daily disposable lens wear compared to no lens wear.
Effects of Choto-san on microcirculation of bulbar conjunctiva and hemorheological factors in patients with asymptomatic cerebral infarction.
As the palpebral conjunctiva, it lines the inner surface of the lids, from the margin anteriorly, up to the fornix, where it turns sharply and is reflected, as the bulbar conjunctiva, onto the globe to cover the sclera up to the limbus.
The specific listing included bulbar conjunctiva, sclera, globe and deeper structures including perineural spread, orbital invasion, bone invasion, and invasion into the paranasal sinuses and the central nervous system.
Preoperatively she had bulbar symptoms and a history of recurrent aspiration pneumonia, but no evidence of cardiovascular disease.
NNovember 18, 2004: Dr Malik visits Patient C, who was suffering from motor neurone disease and progressive bulbar palsy, and found she had breathing difficulties and choking spasms.
Rarely does the paralysis affect ocular, bulbar, or respiratory muscles, but ventilatory impairment has been reported (13).