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tu·bu·lar

 (to͞o′byə-lər, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Relating to or shaped like a tube: tubular casings; tubular flowers.
2. Consisting of tubes or a tube: a tubular frame.

tu′bu·lar′i·ty (-lăr′ĭ-tē) n.
tu′bu·lar·ly adv.
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tubular

(ˈtjuːbjʊlə)
adj
1. Also: tubiform having the form of a tube or tubes
2. of or relating to a tube or tubing
ˌtubuˈlarity n
ˈtubularly adv
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tu•bu•lar

(ˈtu byə lər, ˈtyu-)

adj.
1. having the form or shape of a tube.
2. of or pertaining to a tube or tubes.
3. characterized by or consisting of tubes.
[1665–75; < New Latin tubulāris; see tubule, -ar1]
tu`bu•lar′i•ty, n.
tu′bu•lar•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tubular - constituting a tube; having hollow tubes (as for the passage of fluids)
hollow - not solid; having a space or gap or cavity; "a hollow wall"; "a hollow tree"; "hollow cheeks"; "his face became gaunter and more hollow with each year"
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tubular

adjective cylindrical, tube-like, pipe-like, tubiform a table with chrome tubular legs
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Translations
أُنْبوبي الشَّكْلمَصْنوع أو مُكَوَّن من أنابيب
trubkovitýtrubkový
rørformet
csõ-csõalakúcsöves
gerîur úr rörum; pípu-pípulaga
trúbkovitýtrúbkový
boru şeklindeborulardan yapılmış

tubular

[ˈtjuːbjʊləʳ]
A. ADJ (gen) → tubular, en forma de tubo; [furniture] → de tubo
B. CPD tubular bells NPL (Mus) → campanas fpl tubulares
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tubular

[ˈtjuːbjʊlər] adjtubulairetubular bells nplcarillon m
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tubular

adjröhrenförmig; tubular furniture/scaffoldingStahlrohrmöbel pl/-gerüst nt
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tubular

[ˈtjuːbjʊləʳ] adjtubolare
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tube

(tjuːb) noun
1. a long, low cylinder-shaped object through which liquid can pass; a pipe. The water flowed through a rubber tube; a glass tube.
2. an organ of this kind in animals or plants.
3. an underground railway (especially in London). I go to work on the tube / by tube; (also adjective) a tube train/station.
4. a container for a semi-liquid substance which is got out by squeezing. I must buy a tube of toothpaste.
ˈtubing noun
(material for) a length or system of tubes. two metres of tubing.
ˈtubular (-bjulə) adjective
1. made of, or consisting of tubes. tubular steel.
2. shaped like a tube. The container is tubular in shape.
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tubular

adj tubular
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DepEd said that medical report showed that Generoso "suffered from blunt chest trauma, multiple rib fractures, acute tubular necrosis, and subcutaneous emphysema, and was under intensive care since his admission."
The toxic group B which was administered vancomycin presented massive histological changes with severe tubular necrosis, interstitial inflammation and tubular atrophy (grade-III).
Histopathological changes like glomerular adhesions, glomerular crescent formation, tubular necrosis, tubular vacuolar degeneration, mesangial hypercellularity, interstitial fibrosis, vascular sclerosis, capillary wall thickness, tubular cast and interstitial inflammation.
The most important and most common complications are acute rejection, acute tubular necrosis, renal artery thrombosis, renal vein thrombosis, perinephric fluid collections, urinary obstruction, renal artery stenosis, aneurysmal dilatation of the renal artery, arteriovenous fistula, and chronic rejection.
For example, a pulmonary pathologist who performs autopsies only when there is a history of interstitial lung disease may lack the experience necessary to differentiate acute tubular necrosis from extensive autolysis or to appropriately contextualize the lung findings in the final report.
Kidney involvement in lymphoma can be presented with acute kidney injury (AKI), acute tubular necrosis (ATN), renovascular disease, parenchymal infiltration, obstructive uropathy, glomerulopathies, electrolyte, and acid-base imbalance [4].
Renal tubules undergoing degenerative changes of acute tubular necrosis were observed in all tissue samples.
Decision was made to admit the patient based on abnormal liver enzymes and worsening kidney injury suggesting signs of nonoliguric acute tubular necrosis.
Tubular injury was identified in areas with cytoplasmic vacuolization, loss of brush border, flattening of epithelium, or evidence of tubular necrosis as manifested by granular casts and necrotic debris.
Urinary biochemistry has been utilized since the 1970s, mainly to help differentiate two conditions, namely, reversible (prerenal) or transient AKI (T-AKI), from an established AKI, acute tubular necrosis (ATN), or persistent AKI (P-AKI) [2].
Acute Tubular Necrosis was found to be one of the major pathophysiological cause for AKI (58%).