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tu·ber·cu·lar

, tuberculated (tū-ber'kyū-lăr, -lāt-ed), Do not confuse this word with tuberculous.
Pertaining to or characterized by tubercles or small nodules. Compare: tuberculous.

tubercular

/tu·ber·cu·lar/ (too-ber´ku-lar)
1. pertaining to or resembling tubercles.

tubercular

(to͝o-bûr′kyə-lər, tyo͝o-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or covered with tubercles; tuberculate.
2. Of, relating to, or affected with tuberculosis.
n.
A person having tuberculosis.

tubercular

[t(y)o̅o̅bur′kyələr]
Etymology: L, tuber, swelling
pertaining to or resembling tuberculosis.

tubercular

(1) Tuberculated; see tuberculate. 
(2) Tuberculous.

tu·ber·cu·lar

, tuberculated , tuberculate (tū-bĕr'kyū-lăr, -lāt-ĕd, -lăt)
Pertaining to or characterized by tubercles or small nodules.
Compare: tuberculous

tubercular

tuberculous.
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05%; the positive rate of the tubercular meningitis group and the cryptococcal meningitis group was both 100%; the positive rate of the viral meningitis group (Fig.
The differential diagnoses of tubercular trochanteric bursitis include septic bursitis, chronic pyogenic osteomyelitis, post-traumatic bursitis, postural bursitis, idiopathic trochanteric bursitis and neoplasia (4,8).
17,18) Thus, this study aims to determine the diagnostic efficacy of adenosine deaminase in tubercular effusions.
A diagnosis of tubercular abscess was made and the child was placed in category III of the Revised National Tuberculosis Programme and started on antituberculosis treatment in the form of 2HRZ, 4HR (2 months of isoniazid (H), rifampicin (R) and pyrazinamide (Z), followed by 4 months of H and R).
Tubercular abdominal cocoon is a rare cause of small bowel obstruction.
He was diagnosed with tubercular lymphadenitis 6 months back and was put on antitubercular therapy (Ethambutol, Rifampicin, Isoniazid, Pyrazinamide for initial 2 months followed by Isoniazid & Rifampicin for 7 months).
Table 2: Operative findings and procedures performed in tubercular patients (n = 42).
Joseph's Hospital, she provided private nursing to countless tubercular patients during a time when few members of the profession were willing to run the risk of contagion.
These cases were asked to submit their respective samples and were followed for 4 weeks after giving anti tubercular treatment to see their response.
The patient refused antituberculosis treatment, but returned 2 months later with bilateral neck nodes, which on excisional biopsy proved to be tubercular.
She was absolutely convincing as the tubercular heroine, and her voice embraced the darker tones of Puccini's score.
A problem arose when it was found that alternative accommodation would have to be found for the tubercular patients.