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cap·su·lar

(kap'sū-lăr),
Relating to any capsule.

capsular

[kap′sələr]
Etymology: L, capsula, little box
pertaining to or resembling a small container.

cap·su·lar

(kap'sū-lăr)
Relating to any capsule.
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Population structure and capsular switching of invasive Neisseria meningitidis isolates in the pre-meningococcal conjugate vaccine era--United States, 2000-2005.
Inferior capsular shift for involuntary inferior and multidirectional instability of the shoulder.
Surgery for multidirectional instability is a capsular shift.
In addition, the granulomatous and necrotising inflammation seemed to coalesce in a fistulous tract toward the renal capsular surface with a surrounding haematoma (Figure 4).
No significant difference was present between incidental and nonincidental PTMC in terms of age, sex, capsular invasion, vascular invasion, multifocality, lymph node involvement, extrathyroidal extension, rate of follicular variant and concomitant Hashimoto's thyroiditis (Table 3).
The zero incidence of capsular contracture among patients in this trial compares quite favorably to the 55% risk of implant hardening with whole breast irradiation (WBI), reported Dr.
But this option also carries the substantial risk of capsular contracture.
During ultrasound-guided femoral nerve block a lymph node with a high grade of capsular vascularity was observed (Figure 1A).
Initially, investigators attributed the change in arc of motion to soft tissue adaptations, including stretching of the anterior capsular structures, with a corresponding tightening of the posterior capsule (Burkhart et al.
The disease manifests itself as inflammation of the synovial surface of the joint capsule, the capsular ligaments, the periarticular tendons and bursa.