Membraneous


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Mem`bra´ne`ous


a.1.See Membranous.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I seemed to see the membraneous and cylindrical tubes tremble beneath the undulation of the waters.
wadei) have a three-layered coat consisting of the sarcotesta, sclerotesta and a thin membraneous jacket (Dehgan and Yuen, 1983).
Approximal membraneous shadow plaiting, the Letter Missing, Missingly Climates end, Spans-- [...] Embryonic lassing ARTILLERY Crosses.
Membranocystic fat necrosis (or membraneous lipodystrophy) is non-capsulated and has multiple cysts, and their membranes are reactive with period acid-Schiff reagent (PAS) (22).
The histopathology examination confirmed the diagnosis of hydatid cyst with gross description of a 10x9x6 cm gray-white nodular cystic mass with attached fat tissue and partly covered by thick mucoid material, and a cut section through the cyst revealed a unilocular cyst filled with serous fluid and lumen covered with thick membraneous mucoid material associated with surface granularities and wall thickness up to 0.3 cm.
12) in ventral view slightly longer than wide, tapering with median keel, triangular apical incision; basal area of the subgenital plate V-shaped, membraneous and sharply deepened in most dried specimens; styli slender, normal shape and size.
pacificus are encysted in membraneous cysts in the viscera, on the peritoneum or in the stomach wall; some have also been found outside of the intestinal wall and in the gonads (33) (Figure 3).
Improved urinary continence after radical retropubic prostatectomy with preparation of a long, partially intraprostatic portion of the membraneous urethra: An analysis of 1013 consecutive cases.
Histopathological diagnoses of six patients who underwent biopsy because of resistance to steroid were as follows: focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (n=3), C1q nephropathy (n=1), diffuse mesangial proliferation (n=1) and membraneous nephropathy (n=1).

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