He caught hold of the rock with both hands and clung to it groaning with pain till the wave retired, so he was saved that time; but presently the wave came on again and carried him back with it far into the sea--tearing his hands as the suckers of a polypus
are torn when some one plucks it from its bed, and the stones come up along with it--even so did the rocks tear the skin from his strong hands, and then the wave drew him deep down under the water.
, though closely united to its brethren, has a distinct mouth, body, and tentacula.
Other causes like fibroangioma, bleeding polypus
, pyogenic granuloma, DNS with spur, rhinosinusitis, granulomatous diseases like rhinosporidiosis, Wegener's granulomatosis, tumours like juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma, esthesioblastoma, carcinoma of nose, paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx.
First case of intraoral fibroma was reported in 1846 called fibrous polyp and polypus
namque sagacius unus odoror, polypus
an gravis hirsutis cubet hircus in alis 5 quam canis acer ubi lateat sus.
The layered details of Fielding's scientific parodies testify to his faith in his audience's familiarity with the source, which he could depend on, as the months leading up to the publication of Terrestrial Chrysipus saw several newspapers reporting on Rene-Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur's account of the polyps to France's Academie des Sciences, (30) In the week before Fielding's parody appeared, papers across London were running advertisements for a six-shilling copy of "Several Papers read before the Royal Society, concerning the Fresh-Water Polypus
In all the cases, 19,343 patients were diagnosed as cholecystolithiasis, including 16,754 chronic cholecystolithiasis and 2589 acute cholecystolithiasis; 2154 patients were diagnosed as cholecystic polypus
. Informed consent was not required because of the retrospective nature of this study.
He then talked about polyps detection, polypus
retrieval, withdrawal time.
Patients with one of the following indications would be considered to be suitable for LU: (a) proximal ureteral calculi larger than 1.5 cm; (b) distal ureteral stricture with ureteral polypus
or external compression.
Nasal examinations were performed via anterior rhinoscopy and a 0[degrees] rigid endoscope, and internal nasal pathways were evaluated following research on pathology, such as septum deviation, turbinate hypertrophy, and intranasal obstructive lesions, such as polypus
. The movement of obstructive lesions and the vocal cords in the larynx and in the hypopharynx was evaluated following a larynx examination via a 70[degrees] rigid endoscope.
(51.) Though on plate 15/17 of Milton (8-16, E 109) poet Milton, reborn into the corporeal universe, becomes a vegetative "Polypus
," in Eternity he (in irony) is fed the "food of Eden," identified in Book Nine of Paradise Lost (762-68) as the "intellectual food, for beasts reserv'd," since the Serpent of Eden "hath eat'n [of this Fruit] and lives," the Food from the Tree of Knowledge, the Tree of Death.