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 (to͞o′byə-lĭt, -lāt′, tyo͞o′-) also tu·bu·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
1. Formed into or resembling a tube; tubular.
2. Having a tube.

[Latin tubulātus, from tubulus, diminutive of tubus, tube.]

tu′bu·la′tion n.
tu′bu·la′tor n.
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Blue and red arrows indicate sub-retinal fluid and a retinal tubulation respectively
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Hyperbaric oxygen treatment after rat peroneal nerve transection and en tubulation.
2] can be a good deal more complicated, but in a well designed system where the connecting tubulation is short, the same diameter as the pump, and the same diameter from chamber to pump a simple method is to use the following system.
Normal long bone growth involves elongation, increase in the physeal and diaphyseal diameter, epiphyseal enlargement and tubulation.
The effects of tubulation on healing and scar formation after transection of the adult rat spinal cord.