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vesicular

 [vĕ-sik´u-lar]
1. composed of or relating to vesicles.
2. pertaining to or made up of vesicles on the skin.
3. having a low pitch, such as the normal breath sound heard over the lung during ventilation.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

ve·sic·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lăr),
1. Relating to a vesicle.
2. Characterized by or containing vesicles. Synonym(s): vesiculate (2)
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vesicular

(vĕ-sĭk′yə-lər, və-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to vesicles.
2. Composed of or containing vesicles.
3. Having the form of a vesicle.

ve·sic′u·lar·ly adv.
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vesicular

adjective Referring to a vesicle or blisters
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

ve·sic·u·lar

(vĕ-sik'yū-lăr)
1. Relating to a vesicle.
2. Characterized by or containing vesicles.
Synonym(s): vesiculate (2) , vesiculous.
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The recycling of receptors also depends on vesicular compartments, and the proteins this required, namely, Arf, enzymes such as phospholipase D and Rab proteins.
A total of 471 bovine epithelium samples with clinical suspicious of vesicular disease, collected in 15 Brazilian states between 2007 and 2012, were frozen at -20[degrees] C before being sent and analyzed in the Bovine Virus Laboratory (LVB) of the Animal Health Research Center, Biological Institute of Sao Paulo, accredited by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA) to carry out the diagnosis of vesicular diseases (MAPA, 2014).
[12], a 19-day female infant diagnosed with IP was admitted due to seizure and linear erythematous and vesicular skin eruptions on the upper and lower extremities from the age of 12 days that all laboratory findings were normal except an abnormal electroencephalography (EEG) and skin biopsy which confirmed the diagnosis of IP.
Vesicular eruptions of the hands and feet of dyshidrotic type: clinical and therapeutical analysis.
Circulation of wild type VZV has declined considerably during the era of varicella and zoster vaccines (2); however, given the delays and challenges in determining if a vesicular rash in a vaccine recipient is VZV, early institution of a contact investigation by clinicians and public health officials might mitigate the risk for VZV transmission.
The vesicular fluid contains degenerated epithelial cells, erythrocytes and leucocytes (Vegad and Katiyar, 2005; OIE, 2012; McGavin and Zachary, 2012).
Owing to high mortality and morbidity of neonatal HSV infection, it is imperative that we initiate an early acyclovir therapy in neonatal vesicular eruptions, until a detailed clinical and laboratory evaluation can be done.
ViraT develops oncolytic cancer vaccines based on a chimeric virus derived from the Vesicular Stomatitis Virus, so called VSV-GP.
KT445973KT445977) clustered with other known isolates of SVA and were distant from other picornaviruses associated with vesicular diseases (Figure 2).
On the fourth day of the treatment, vesicular desquamation occurred on the left forehead and frontal hairy skin (Figure I).
The diagnosis of IP is made based on the presence of typical cutaneous findings of any stage, most commonly the characteristic vesicular rash and the classic Blaschkoid hyperpigmentation on the trunk that often fades in adolescence.