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ap·pen·dic·u·lar

 (ăp′ən-dĭk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or consisting of an appendage or appendages, especially the limbs: the appendicular skeleton.

[From Latin appendicula, diminutive of appendix, appendic-, appendix; see appendix.]

appendicular

(ˌæpənˈdɪkjʊlə)
adj
1. relating to an appendage or appendicle
2. (Anatomy) anatomy of or relating to the vermiform appendix

ap•pen•dic•u•lar

(ˌæp ənˈdɪk yə lər)

adj.
of or pertaining to an appendage or limb.
[1645–55; < Latin appendicul(a) small appendage (appendic-, s. of appendix (see appendix) + -ula -ule) + -ar1]
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Adj.1.appendicular - relating to or consisting of an appendage or appendagesappendicular - relating to or consisting of an appendage or appendages; especially the limbs; "the appendicular skeleton"
Translations

ap·pen·dic·u·lar

a. apendicular, rel. al apéndice.
References in periodicals archive ?
But they feel indurated when you palpate them, and the normal appendicular structures are destroyed.
However, these reports are mainly in women and based largely on measurements at appendicular sites of the skeleton.
Open appendectomy was performed in all patients and respected appendicular specimens were sent for histopathological examination.
Those patients where USG was suggestive of appendicular mass formation.
0%) involved the appendicular skeleton and just over one-half were performed by experienced radiographers (n=206, 55.
reported a new clinical entity in 10 patients (8 males & 2 females), who presented with acute onset symmetrical polysynovitis involving most of their appendicular joints and flexor digitorum tendons associated with pitting edema of the dorsum of both hands and both feet.
Patients undergoing incidental appendectomies, having per-operative findings of normal appendix, appendicular mass or any other pathology with or without appendicitis were excluded.
The bone mineral content of the vertebrae correlated significantly with the same measure of the phalanges indicating a distinct relationship between bone strength in both the appendicular and axial skeletons.
Patients not fit for surgery due to various causes like appendicular mass, appendicular abscess and patients with generalised peritonitis due to appendicular perforation.
Appendicular mucocele is a cystic dilatation of the lumen of the vermiform appendix.
Regarding appendicular fracture identification, the overall accuracy of reporting by radiographers was >90%.