epibulbar

epibulbar

 [ep″ĭ-bul´ber]
situated upon the eyeball.

ep·i·bul·bar

(ep'i-bŭl'bar),
On a bulb of any kind; more specifically, on the eyeball.

epibulbar

/epi·bul·bar/ (ep″ĭ-bul´ber) situated upon the eyeball.

ep·i·bul·bar

(ep'i-bŭl'bahr)
On a bulb of any kind; specifically, on the eyeball.

epibulbar

Situated on the eyeball. Syn. epiocular.

epibulbar

situated upon the eyeball.
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