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tuberous

 [too´ber-us]
covered with tubers; knobby.

tu·ber·ous

(tū'bĕr-ŭs),
Knobby, lumpy, or nodular; presenting many tubers or tuberosities.
Synonym(s): tuberiferous, tuberose
[L. tuberosus]

tuberous

/tu·ber·ous/ (too″ber-us) covered with tubers; knobby. See also under sclerosis.

tuberous

(to͞o′bər-əs, tyo͞o′-) also

tuberose

(-bə-rōs′)
adj.
1. Producing or bearing tubers.
2. Being or resembling a tuber: a tuberous root.

tu·ber·ous

(tū'bĕr-ŭs)
Knobby, lumpy, or nodular; presenting many tubers or tuberosities.
[L. tuberosus]

tuberous

covered with tubers; knobby.
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The most common neurological finding in tuberous sclerosis complex is epilepsy which has been reported with a rate of 80-90% (7,15,16,17,18,19,20).
Many symptoms associated with tuberous sclerosis are incredibly difficult to treat.
Some plants like wax begonias, not the tuberous types that need a dried-off rest, will continue blooming freely after their move without skipping a beat.
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