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Related to vesicular: vesicular stomatitis, vesicular breath sounds

vesicular

 [vĕ-sik´u-lar]
1. composed of or relating to vesicles.
2. pertaining to or made up of vesicles on the skin.
3. having a low pitch, such as the normal breath sound heard over the lung during ventilation.

ve·sic·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lăr),
1. Relating to a vesicle.
2. Characterized by or containing vesicles. Synonym(s): vesiculate (2)

vesicular

/ve·sic·u·lar/ (vĕ-sik´u-ler)
1. composed of or relating to small, saclike bodies.
2. pertaining to or made up of vesicles on the skin.
3. having a low pitch, such as the normal breath sound over the lung during ventilation.

vesicular

(vĕ-sĭk′yə-lər, və-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to vesicles.
2. Composed of or containing vesicles.
3. Having the form of a vesicle.

ve·sic′u·lar·ly adv.

vesicular

[vesik′yələr]
pertaining to a blisterlike condition.

vesicular

adjective Referring to a vesicle or blisters

ve·sic·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lăr)
1. Relating to a vesicle.
2. Characterized by or containing vesicles.
Synonym(s): vesiculate (2) , vesiculous.

vesicular

characterized by vesicles (tiny blisters)

vesicular

1. composed of or relating to small, saclike bodies.
2. pertaining to or made up of vesicles on the skin.

avian vesicular dermatitis
vesicles on the skin of the feet and toes and occasionally on the head, on all birds; caused usually by photosensitization.
vesicular disease
a group of diseases of cloven-footed animals of major importance because of their high infectivity. See foot-and-mouth disease, vesicular stomatitis and vesicular exanthema of swine (below), swine vesicular disease, poisoning by the mushroom amanita.
vesicular emphysema
see alveolar emphysema.
vesicular exanthema of swine
an acute febrile disease caused by a calicivirus, genus Vesivirus. The clinical syndrome is one of vesicular stomatitis, with lesions occurring also on the coronets. The disease only ever appeared in the USA and was eradicated from that country in 1959.
vesicular gland
an accessory sex gland in ruminants, the counterpart of the seminal vesicle in the stallion but glandular instead of cystic. Consists of a much-coiled tube that exits at the seminal colliculus in the urethra.
vesicular murmur, vesicular sounds
the soft, sibilant sounds heard by stethoscopic auscultation over the lung parenchyma. They are caused by air moving in and out of the alveoli and terminal bronchioles and are an expression of normality of the lung tissue. Called also vesicular murmur.
porcine idiopathic vesicular disease
see porcine parvovirus.
vesicular stomatitis (VS)
an infectious disease of horses, cattle and pigs caused by a vesiculovirus transmitted by mosquitoes and biting flies. The clinical syndrome is one of vesicular stomatitis but lesions can occur on the udder and coronets.
Enlarge picture
Ruptured vesicles on the oral mucosa of a calf with vesicular stomatitis infection. By permission from Blowey RW, Weaver AD, Diseases and Disorders of Cattle, Mosby, 1997
swine vesicular disease
see swine vesicular disease.
vesicular vaginitis
see infectious pustular vulvovaginitis.
vesicular venereal disease
see infectious pustular vulvovaginitis.
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Properties of replication-competent vesicular stomatitis virus vectors expressing glycoproteins of filoviruses and arenaviruses.
Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae in pteridophytes of western ghats, southern India.
Grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) could serve as reservoirs and vectors of vesicular stomatitis virus.
Manjunath A, Habte M (1988) Development of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal infection and the uptake of immobile nutrients in Leucaena leucocephala.
The disease is described as a unilateral vesicular eruption within a dermatome.
No differences for lipid content were found in digestive gland or vesicular connective tissue in males.
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Officials believe the symptoms could be linked to Swine Vesicular Disease or foot-and-mouth which paralysed food production and tourism events across the UK in 2001.
The neoplastic cells vary from small to large, showing folding and cleaving of the nuclei, resembling centrocytes (small- to medium-sized cleaved cells with inconspicuous nucleoli) and centroblasts (large noncleaved cells with vesicular chromatin and several peripheral nucleoli).
The time to healing of primary vesicular lesions was 4.