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pulpy

 [pul´pe]
soft; of the consistency of pulp.

pulp·y

(pŭl'pē),
In the condition of a soft, moist solid.
Synonym(s): pulposus

pulpy

/pul·py/ (pul´pe) soft or pultaceous.

pulpy

See pulp.

pulp·y

(pŭl'pē)
In the condition of a soft, moist solid.

pulpy

soft; having the consistency of pulp.

pulpy kidney disease
Clostridium perfringens (type D) enterotoxemia.
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