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bleb

 (blĕb)
n.
1. A small blister or pustule.
2. An air bubble.

[Probably alteration of blob.]

bleb′by adj.
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bleb

(blɛb)
n
1. (Pathology) a fluid-filled blister on the skin
2. a small air bubble
[C17: variant of blob]
ˈblebby adj
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bleb

(blɛb)

n.
1. a blister or vesicle.
2. a bubble.
[1600–10]
bleb′by, adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bleb - (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluidbleb - (pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid
vesicle, cyst - a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid)
pathology - the branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases
water blister - blister containing a nonpurulent clear watery content
blood blister - blister containing blood or bloody serum usually caused by an injury
pustule - a small inflamed elevation of skin containing pus; a blister filled with pus
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(i) At day 1: (1) blebs were elevated and with significant hyperemia ([??] indicates elevated bleb); (2) the connective tissue of the bulbar conjunctiva was markedly oedematous and loose and vascular dilation and congestion were obvious, with an abundance of infiltrating neutrophils.
(5,6,7) However, because these drugs have been associated with serious, sight-threatening complications such as corneal endothelial failure, bleb leakage, blebitis and endophthalmitis, (8,9,10) the search continues for safer alternative methods to increase the success of trabeculectomy
Computed tomography (CT) scans can be used to detect patients with small pneumothorax and the number, size, location of bullae or blebs. Therefore, pleural adhesion, pleural fluid and underlying pulmonary diseases are detected with CT scans.7 Patients with PSP are treated with surgical or non- surgical procedures.
If sutures are very loose, it will result in overfiltration leading to hypotony and flat anterior chamber in early post-operative period which causes choroidal detachment, suprachoroidal haemorrhage, cataract and bleb failure.
Putman, "Hemodynamics and bleb formation in intracranial aneurysms," American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
monocytogenes cells 37[degrees]C/ 37[degrees]C/ 60 min 60 min + 30 (Control) min carvacrol Pore formation Loss of cell wall - * - Disruption of cell membrane - + Lack of cell membrane - + Cell wall thickening - - Membrane bleb - + Filamentous membrane - + Damage to cell surface - - Cell wall thinning - - Blurry cell wall - - Cavity formation - - Cell wall roughness - - Cell division + + Cytoplasmic clumping - + Disorganization of cytoplasm - - Lack of cytoplasm - + Changes in cell morphology TEM treatments of of L.
The adapter increased the success rate of bleb formation with diameter over 6mm by 30 percent as compared to unaided ID injections.
Severe methods are suggested for hypotony maculopathy including bleb revision, topical steroids, atropine, and flap-suture.
Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Sendrom'u hemanjiom gibi kutanoz ve gastrointestinal vaskuler malformasyonlarla karakterize nadir gorulen bir hastaliktir (1).
B, Pleural bleb, defined as airspace within the pleura, should be distinguished from subpleural bullae, which indicate destruction of lung tissue.
Primary spontaneous pneumothorax occurs because of the rupture of subpleural blebs, whereas secondary spontaneous pneumothorax refers to the development of pneumothorax due to the evolution of pulmonary pathology.