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protuberant

(prō-to͞o′bər-ənt, -tyo͞o′-, prə-)
adj.
Swelling outward; bulging.

pro·tu′ber·ant·ly adv.

protuberant

adjective Large, excessive, overhanging
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Clinically, the diagnosis of SCD is suggested by a short webbed neck, short trunk, protuberant abdomen, and scoliosis.
Infantile digital fibroma forming protuberant nodule (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X2).
X displays her protuberant abdomen and says that she feels the fetus kicking.
In the more advanced stages of the disease, most patients showed grossly enlarged protuberant lips and the clinical finding of cutis laxa.
Patient develops pallor in infancy and Protuberant abdomen due to splenomegaly.
Where protuberant veins are a concern, sclerotherapy of the veins on the dorsum of the hand will reduce their prominence.
At six-month follow-up, the patient had good urostomy function, protuberant and healthy stoma, and no issues with stomal appliance fit (Figure 3).
clinical presentation in the literature for GSD 1a is protuberant abdomen and failure to thrive which is similar to the current study documenting as 83% and 64% respectively6,13.
The most frequently observed clinical aspect is asymptomatic multinodular bluish or brownish erythematous plate, with its typical 'protuberant' aspect, which develops over years.
Tergum with carinal margin protuberant in upper half to third, spurlength a tenth shorter than width, distance from basiscutal angle less than own width (Gordon, 1970, Biccard, 2012), the classification of this species as follows:
1) (measurement in mm): body length 16.2; maximum body width 8.9; tail length 27.3; total length 43.5; oral disc diameter (transverse) 5.4; eye diameter 1.9; interorbital distance 5.2; internostril distance 4.8; width of caudal musculature 4.9; maximum tail height 9.5; body slightly depressed; snout rounded in dorsal view and profile; eyes small (diameter of eye 11.7 % of body length), dorsal, not protuberant; nostril opening ovoid, not prominent, anterolaterally directed, located slightly closer to eye than to tip of snout; spiracle sinistral, angled 45 degrees with respect to horizontal plane of body; opening of spiracle located at midline of body, slightly closer to end of body than to tip of snout; inner wall of spiracle free from body (Altig and McDiarmid, 1999; Fig.