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bulbar

 [bul´ber]
1. pertaining to a bulb.
2. pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata, such as bulbar paralysis.

bul·bar

(bŭl'bar),
1. Relating to a bulb.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon (hindbrain).
3. Bulb-shaped; resembling a bulb.

bulbar

/bul·bar/ (bul´ber)
1. pertaining to a bulb.
2. pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata.

bulbar

(bŭl′bər, -bär′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a bulb, especially of the medulla oblongata: bulbar poliomyelitis.

bulbar

[bul′bər]
Etymology: L, bulbus
1 pertaining to a bulb.
2 pertaining to the medulla oblongata of the brain and the cranial nerves.

bulbar

adjective Referring to a bulb, especially the medulla oblongata, as in bulbar palsy.

bul·bar

(bŭl'bahr)
1. Relating to a bulb.
2. Relating to the rhombencephalon (hindbrain).
3. Bulb-shaped; resembling a bulb.

bulbar

rhombencephalon

bulbar 

Pertaining to the eyeball.

bulbar

pertaining to a bulb; pertaining to or involving the medulla oblongata, as bulbar paralysis.

infectious bulbar necrosis
one of the several forms taken by foot abscess in sheep. See also foot abscess.
infectious bulbar paralysis
bulbar paralysis
originates from the medulla oblongata. The pyramidal and extrapyramidal tracts pass from the midbrain through the medulla and are susceptible to damage by agents that operate in the area. Paralysis of this type has the characteristics of an upper motor lesion with muscle tone and local tendon reflexes retained.
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Acute bulbar palsy as a variant of Guillain Barre syndrome Neurology 2016; 86(8): 742-7.
Enterovirus D68 infection should be suspected in children with moderate to severe respiratory tract infection or acute- onset bulbar or flaccid paralysis of unknown etiology especially in summer and fall.
Interestingly, we did observe a difference in effect estimates for the subgroups of site of symptom onset, with stronger associations for patients with a bulbar onset.
7) Other manifestations such as bulbar involvement, nasality of voice, hoarseness, dysarthria, and dysphagia follow in quick succession.
Mild generalized myasthenia Type IIa Tip IIa Slowly progressive often from ocular muscles to skeletal and bulbar muscles; however.
During the preanesthetic evaluation, she was no bulbar weakness and normal muscle power.
4) aspect of bulbar conjunctiva by measuring required length, by making small finger shaped conjunctival cut perpendicular to limbus.
The limitations of our study were selection of only short-segment bulbar urethral stricture and short followup.
La forma clasica de esta enfermedad se caracteriza por la mezcla de manifestaciones clinicas de lesion de las neuronas motoras superior e inferior y signos de alteracion bulbar y respiratoria (tabla 2) (38).
They consist of two main glands, which are located ventrally and on either side of bulbar urethra at the level of the urogenital diaphragm.
Make no mistake, the Xenon looks decidedly rugged, with bold flares at the wheel arches, a tough-looking rear bulbar and a hefty skid plate.
In October 2010, Martin was diagnosed with a type of motor neurone disease known as progressive bulbar palsy.