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lam·el·lar

(lam'ĕ-lăr, lă-mel'ăr),
1. Arranged in thin plates or scales. Synonym(s): lamellate, lamellated
2. Relating to lamellae.

lam·el·lar

(lă-mel'ăr)
1. Arranged in thin plates or scales.
2. Relating to lamellae.
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Lamellar epithelia consists of one superficial layers of pavement cells and one layer of undifferentiated cells aligned to the basal lamina that wraps around pillar cells and whose projections form vascular channels.
These definitions are accepted by agreement of the surgeons and are not strictly defined, as confirmed by the study conducted by Chamberlain et al., where 56% of experienced surgeons took lamellar thickness <100 [micro]m as ultrathin and >100 [micro]m as conventional DSAEK method (15).
This results in the formation of lamellar granules which contain polar lipids, proteases and their inhibitors, thereby playing a pivotal role in the development of epidermal barrier function.
Regarding the filament and lamellar proliferative tissue thickening, stage II alterations were more frequent and were present in 48.4% of the gills analyzed.
(5,6) Some surgical techniques that can be used include large-diameter penetrating keratoplasty (PK), crescentic lamellar keratoplasty, crescentic lamellar keratoplasty combined with PK, CLWR, tuck-in keratoplasty, lower-quadrant eccentric PK and corneoscleroplasty.
"Unlike typical high build glass flake epoxy coatings, Interzone 954GF utilizes high aspect ratio lamellar glass flake for extended asset lifetimes and reduced total cost of ownership," said Ian Fletcher, Europe regional marketing manager.
Taking into account its composition, a lamellar morphology can be predicted based on the ternary diagram proposed by Abetz and Stadler [12], Following their work, chloroform was used as solvent in a first approach.
Diffuse parchment-like lamellar exfoliation and yellow, scaly eruptions were found on the whole body including the scalp, face, palms, and soles.
* Group 1: It included 29 patients who had anterior lamellar defect only.
However, the resulting porous ceramics still contained lamellar pores with a morphology similar to those obtained when using a water-based slurry [9].
Torquetti, "Intrastromal corneal ring segments for astigmatism correction after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty," Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
The basic principle of lamellar keratoplasty is to replace only that part of cornea that is diseased and leave the recipient's normal anatomic layers intact.