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bulbus

 [bul´bus] (pl. bul´bi) (L.)
bulbus o´culi eyeball.
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bulb

(bŭlb), [TA]
1. Any globular or fusiform structure. Synonym(s): bulbus [TA]
2. A short, vertical underground stem of plants, such as onion and garlic.
[L. bulbus, a bulbous root]
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bulb

(bŭlb)
1. Any rounded, globular, or fusiform structure.
Synonym(s): bulbus [TA] .
2. A short, vertical, underground stem of plants, such as onions and garlic.
[L. bulbus, a bulbous root]
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With gloved hand (using sterile gloves) the prepuce was grasped and pushed back to expose the tip of penis and massaged through the prepuce at the level of bulbus glandis until a partial erection developed (Fig.
This is actually part of the anatomy of his penis called the "bulbus glandis." Most of the time, these "lumps" can't be seen, but when the penis becomes engorged during arousal (sexual or any sort of physiological arousal, including play and stress), the bulbus glandis also becomes swollen and hard, appearing as if somehow the dog regenerated some very firm testicles!
The preputial sheath was absent from bulbus glandis to tip of penis but dorsal mucosa of the incompletely formed sheath was present at ventral abdominal wall.