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bulbus

 [bul´bus] (pl. bul´bi) (L.)
bulbus o´culi eyeball.

bulb

(bŭlb), [TA]
1. Any globular or fusiform structure. Synonym(s): bulbus [TA]
2. A short, vertical underground stem of plants, such as onion and garlic.
[L. bulbus, a bulbous root]

bulbus

/bul·bus/ (bul´bus) pl. bul´bi   [L.] bulb.

bulb

(bŭlb)
1. Any rounded, globular, or fusiform structure.
Synonym(s): bulbus [TA] .
2. A short, vertical, underground stem of plants, such as onions and garlic.
[L. bulbus, a bulbous root]

bulbus

pl. bulbi [L.] bulb.

bulbus aortae
the swollen, first part of the aorta, between the atria; swollen because of the sinuses above each of the three cusps of the aortic valves.
bulbus cordis
the outflow tract of the embryonic heart between the primitive ventricle and the aorta.
bulbus glandis
the bulb of the dog's penis; the proximal portion which enlarges greatly during erection and is the part responsible for preventing withdrawal during ejaculation.
bulbus oculi
the eyeball.
bulbus pili
see hair bulb.
bulbus rectricum
a well-organized fibroadipose mass in a muscular envelope into which the retrices (tail feathers of birds) are embedded. It occupies a trough-shaped socket bounded by the caudal vertebrae and the intrinsic tail muscles.
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Another striking MRI finding is the hyperintense rim seen around the pons and bulbus, and especially visible on the FLAIR images.
The bulbus of the male palp in the mating process twists strongly and the wide basal part of the embolus is completely inserted into the long right pocket of the atrium of the epigynum (Fig.
The traditional Korean herbs Fritillaria cirrhosa bulbus, Anemarrhena rhizoma and Lee-Mo-Tang (a traditional herbal formulae composed by a ratio of 50 to 50), have been shown in vivo to significantly reduce inflammation via lowered levels of numerous EoE inflammatory mediators.
Thus the diencephalic endorphin and mesencephalic enkephalin neurons stimulate the serotonin neurons at the bulbus (28-30) The serotoninergic neurons at the dorsal horn of the spinal cord stimulate the intermediate neurons at the dorsal horn.
Epithelium is hyperkeratotic showing parakeratin plugging, also exhibiting broad bulbus retepegs and mild dysplasia (fig 14).
If Wolves were a single guy, coming down the 'Love Lift' on ITV's Saturday night Take Me Out show, they'd be a plump, balding builder with hair growing out of his ears and a big bulbus nose.
IN the article Sandon Pub (you say that ''this historic the birthplace of LFC (pub's) then landlord What you did''nt say historic pub was also headquarters of Everton long time beforeMr greedy over the rent hope you put the record Steve Gilligan, Four more years of blood-sucking leeches growing bulbus on the lifeblood of people who can least afford it.
53) In practice, it seems reasonable to suggest that at least 4 endoscopic biopsy samples must be taken from distal duodenum with 2 samples from the bulbus to detect patchy and subtle mucosal lesions in GSE.
The bulbus of the male palp usually lacks a median apophysis and the male abdomen has a strong tendency towards sclerotization.
Motor korteks, premotor kortikal alanlar, bulbus ve retikuler formasyon da etkilenebilir (1).
Orbital CT showed an intact bulbus oculi and normal intraocular structures, but on the superior aspect of the right eyelid, a soft-tissue thickening of 1 cm with sporadic nodularity and peripheral contrast enhancement was detected (figure 2).