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sac

 [sak]
a baglike organ or structure; see also bag, pocket, and pouch.
air s's (alveolar s's) the spaces into which the alveolar ducts open distally, and with which the alveoli communicate; see also lung.
amniotic sac the sac formed by the amnion, enclosing the fetus suspended in amniotic fluid; popularly known as the bag of waters.
conjunctival sac the potential space, lined by conjunctiva, between the eyelids and the eyeball.
endolymphatic sac the blind, flattened cerebral end of the endolymphatic duct.
hernial sac the peritoneal pouch that encloses protruding intestine.
lacrimal sac the dilated upper end of the nasolacrimal duct; see also lacrimal apparatus.
yolk sac the extraembryonic membrane connected with the midgut; in vertebrates below true mammals, it contains a yolk mass.
Yolk sac in a developing embryo. From Applegate, 2000.

sac

(sak), Do not confuse this word with sack.
1. A pouch or bursa.
See also: sacculus. Synonym(s): saccus
2. An encysted abscess at the root of a tooth.
3. The capsule of a tumor, or envelope of a cyst.
[L. saccus, a bag]

saccus

/sac·cus/ (sak´us) pl. sac´ci   [L.] sac.

sac

(sak)
1. A pouch or bursa.
Synonym(s): saccus [TA] .
2. An encysted abscess at the root of a tooth.
3. The capsule of a tumor, or envelope of a cyst.
See also: sacculus
[L. saccus, a bag]

saccus

pl. sacci [L.] a sac.

saccus cecus
fundus of the stomach in the horse.
saccus hypophysialis
an outgrowth of ectoderm coming directly from the roof of the stomodeum in the embryo; it comes into contact with a downgrowth from the forebrain and is later transformed into the anterior lobe of the pituitary.
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Trilocha sinica is transferred to Valvaribiidum based on the following characters: uncus thin, finger-shaped; valvae fused basally, bifid postmedially, costa long sickle-shaped, and sacculus inflated; saccus slender swollen distally.
Uncus esbelto en vista lateral, con la constriccion dorsoventral marcada en su base, el saccus con proyeccion anterior elongada al igual que el vinculum.
7 y 9): uncus redondeado, terminado en una espina, valvas cortas, sin corona, redondeadas en el apice, ausencia de corona, saccus triangular, ampulla corta, levemente curvada, ubicada en el tercio distal, apice de la ampulla llega al borde costal de la valva, cornuti con seis espinas gruesas, de base bulbosa, y microespinas.
The surgery of vertigo: Saccus drainage for idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops.
Tegumen rectangular como en Carystoides catahea (Hewitson, 1866), vinculum delgado pero se engrosa gradualmente hacia el tercio medio, saccus como en catahea, no muy largo y con punta redondeada.
Balme [6] found rich and highly diversified assemblage of Potonieisporites from Amb Formation (Permian Artinskian) Salt Range, Pakistan, exhibiting great range of variations with respect to the morphology of corpus, monolete mark and saccus, and regarded them to be belonging to the same population of Potonieisporites novicus Bharadwaj.
Saccus has projecting outer edge; internal edge has deep narrow cutout.
Saccus corto o alargado, que termina en una punta redondeada.
Vestibular neurectomy and saccus decompression surgery in Meniere's disease.
Quid curem carpat vitam Cato Saccus Iacchus, si Feruffino iudice vita proba est?
EJ: Ductus ejaculatorius, JX: Juxta, PUP/ RJ: Punjabi University, Patiala/ Rahul Joshi collection, SA: Saccus, SL: Sacculus, SL.