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al·ve·o·lar

(al-vē'ō-lăr),
Relating to an alveolus.

alveolar

/al·ve·o·lar/ (al-ve´o-lar) [L. alveolaris ] pertaining to an alveolus.

alveolar

(ăl-vē′ə-lər)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an alveolus.
2. Anatomy
a. Relating to the jaw section containing the tooth sockets: the alveolar ridge.
b. Relating to the alveoli of the lungs.

al·ve′o·lar·ly adv.

alveolar

[alvē′ələr]
Etymology: L, alveolus, little hollow
pertaining to an alveolus. See also bronchioloalveolar carcinoma.

alveolar

adjective Pertaining to an alveolus

al·ve·o·lar

(al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Relating to an alveolus.

alveolar,

adj pertaining to the air sacs where gases are exchanged during the process of respiration.

al·ve·o·lar

(al-vē'ŏ-lăr)
Relating to an alveolus.

alveolar (alvē´ōlär),

adj pertaining to an alveolus.
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Alveolar mucosa.
alveolar bone loss,
alveolar crest,
n See crest, alveolar.
alveolar process,
alveolar ridge,
alveolar ridge augmentation,
n a surgical procedure to improve the shape and size of the alveolar ridge(s) in preparation to receive and retain a dental prosthesis.
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The cells were evaluated for alveolar epithelial cell phenotypes by ascertaining their morphology and the expression of cell type-specific markers at different time points using appropriate assays (Figure 1A).
Adult tucuxi left lung photomicrograph (HE); B: Photomicrograph of the detail of adult tucuxi (HE) left lung; C: Adult bronchodilator (HE) photomicrograph; D: Photomicrograph of detail of the presence of myoelastic sphincters in the adult tucuxi lung (HE); E: Photomicrograph of adult tucuxi alveolar sacs (SEM); F: Photomicrograph of the alveolar walls of adult boto alveolar sacs (arrow) (SEM).
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The hyaline membranes of the acute phase are incorporated into the alveolar septa through phagocytosis by macrophages or granulation tissue formation by proliferating myofibroblasts.
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