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bead·ing

(bēd'ing),
1. Numerous small rounded projections, often in a row like a string of beads.
2. The rounded elevation along the border of the tissue surface of the major connectors of a maxillary dental prosthesis.
3. Protection of the formed borders of final impressions for a dental prosthesis done by placement of wax sticks or a plaster-pumice combination adjacent to the borders prior to forming the master cast.

beading

A morphological descriptor with a specific use and meaning to different specialties.

Cardiology
Beading refers to the luminal irregularity of arteries supplying regions with electrical injury; patients with beaded vessels are at increased risk for subsequent thrombosis.
 
Imaging
Beading refers to the diffusely distributed diverticular outpouchings of the common bile duct, punctuated by short annular fibrotic strictures seen by direct cholangiography in primary sclerosing cholangitis.

Orthopedics
A term referring to the multiple post-fracture tumefactions of the ribs, typical of osteogenesis imperfecta, type II.

beading

Cardiology Luminal irregularity of arteries supplying regions affected by electrical injury; Pts with beaded vessels are at ↑ risk for subsequent thromboses Orthopedics Multiple post-fracture tumefactions of the ribs, typical of osteogenesis imperfecta, type II. See Accordion, Rosary.

bead·ing

(bēd'ing)
1. Rounded elevation along the border of the tissue surface of the major connectors of a maxillary dental prosthesis.
2. Protection of the formed borders of final impressions for a dental prosthesis done by placement of wax sticks or a plaster-pumice combination adjacent to the borders prior to forming the master cast.
3. Numerous small rounded projections, often in a row like a string of beads.

bead·ing

(bēd'ing)
1. Rounded elevation along the border of the tissue surface of the major connectors of a maxillary dental prosthesis.
2. Protection of the formed borders of final impressions for a dental prosthesis done by placement of wax sticks or a plaster-pumice combination adjacent to the borders prior to forming the master cast.
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In addition to the colorful fuse beads, the beading kit also includes three reusable pegboards, plastic tweezers, ironing paper, introduction book, color cards, and plastic storage organizer for keeping the beads and the other materials neat and well organized.
Thread and sinew-sewn with vamps beaded in colors of red, apple red white-heart, yellow, light blue, dark blue, and green; folded cuffs with edge beading embellishments, length 10 in., early 20th century.
A deeply spiritual guide, Bead One, Pray Too is suitable for novice to intermediate beaders, covering the basics of selecting appropriate beads, easy-to-learn beading knots with black-and-white diagrams, and much more.
Projects offer supplies lists, stitching specifications, and come packed with full color step-by-step photos and completed images, while the narrowed focus on three common shaped beads assures quick and easy understanding of basic beading approaches.