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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.

tu·ber·cu·lar

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

Patient discussion about tuberculated

Q. Can a low back pain start from picking up something from the oven? My mother has a low back pain. It started five days ago while she picked up a cake from the oven. the pain is always there, it bugs her while she sleeps and it excruciate while she is doing her regular physical activity. What can it be? should we go to our GP? Is there anything we can do to ease the pain except Tylenol? Just for the record my mom is 69 years old, and she has tuberculosis and a heart disease.

A. This is a case where your mom should have an examination by a professional. A chiropractor would be the specialist to deal with back pain and can make any appropriate referrals if necessary.

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First, the heavily tuberculated cast iron line lies under a river bed, and digging in the river is very costly.
The inspection revealed that the line was so heavily tuberculated that a normal inspection camera could not be used.
sewer pipe was severely tuberculated - reducing the opening to six to eight in.
The AC pipe had deteriorated and sections of the two-inch galvanized steel pipe were so tuberculated that one could barely see through them.'