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saccular

 [sak´u-lar]
pertaining to or resembling a sac.

sac·ci·form

(sak'si-fōrm),
Pouched; sac-shaped.
Synonym(s): saccular, sacculated
[L. saccus, sack, + forma, form]

saccular

(săk′yə-lər) or

sacculated

(-lā′tĭd) also

sacculate

(-lāt′)
adj.
Formed of or divided into a series of saclike dilations or pouches.

sac′cu·la′tion (-lā′shən) n.

sac·ci·form

(sak'si-fōrm)
Pouched; sac-shaped.
Synonym(s): saccular.
[L. saccus, sack, + forma, form]
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Saccular coronary artery aneurysm and fistula with organized thrombi.
They constitute central regulators of lung development in the saccular stage, and their multiple actions during lung development have been reviewed in detail [48, 64, 65].
In future, more CT data of saccular shape thoracic aortic aneurysm patients can be obtained and then simulation can be done to provide more appropriate numerical results.
Internal carotid aplasia/hypoplasia and intracranial saccular aneurysms: series of three new cases and systematic review of the literature.
These findings support the theory that utricular function is more damaged than saccular function.
The qualitative variable of forms of AAA, that are fusiform and saccular are 100% correctly picked up by US as compared to CT.
We are reporting a unique case of saccular pseudoaneurysm of the mediastinal segment of the left common carotid artery in a patient with delayed presentation (10 years after trauma), and a penetrating and persistent foreign body in thorax as a predisposing factor.
A Doppler ultrasound revealed 10x12 cm hematoma in his right thigh, acute thrombosis in his right common femoral vein, and true saccular RAA.
Q fever vascular infections must be distinguished in the context of mycotic aneurisms, small saccular and embolic consequences of endocarditis that may go unnoticed, and underlying vascular disease.
Furthermore, this imaging is necessary to differentiate laryngoceles from saccular cysts of the larynx and to reveal evidence of an occult laryngeal tumor, because the incidence of laryngocele in laryngeal carcinoma has been estimated to be around 10%.
Lungs from the antenatal period included all stages of lung development including pseudoglandular (n = 3, Figure 2(a)), canalicular (n = 13, Figure 2(b)), saccular (n = 5, Figure 2(c)), and alveolar (n=6, Figure 2(d)).