saclike


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Adj.1.saclike - shaped like a pouch
concave - curving inward
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saclike

a. en forma de saco.
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What name is given to saclike organ that stores bile produced by the liver?
In the body, the epithelial cells of tubular and saclike organs (e.g., the intestines, ureter, and bladder) release ATP upon mechanical distention stimulation.
Based on our experience in the preoperative assessment, in fact, the identification of a saclike mass or a cluster of dilated small bowel loops located in an abnormal anatomic point is fundamental.
The artist's abstract, unfired terra-cotta orbs adorned with tufts of alpaca hair were suspended at varying heights alongside more figurative pieces constructed from canvas, beeswax, and various gauzes and clays--such as the giant kidney form hovering amid various phalli and saclike shapes.
If CT shows thick enhancing membrane surrounded the bowel, forming a saclike structure or a cocoon, the diagnosis of AC can be confirmed.
The area enclosed by the membrane of the ER includes a network of interconnecting flattened saclike structures called cisternae.
Thiel and colleagues think that K22 stops the virus from forming the saclike factories inside infected cells.
Commonly known as spina bifida, the commonest type is a meningomyelocele (or myelomeningocele), which comprises a saclike structure that protudes through the vertebral arches and contains meninges, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and spinal cord.