Definition of Lobulations

1. Noun. (plural of lobulation) ¹



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Definition of Lobulations

1. lobulation [n] - See also: lobulation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lobulations

lobsterwoman
lobsterwomen
lobstery
lobstick
lobsticks
lobular
lobular carcinoma
lobular carcinoma in situ
lobular neoplasia
lobularity
lobularly
lobulate
lobulated
lobulation
lobulations (current term)
lobule
lobule of auricle
lobules
lobules of epididymis
lobules of mammary gland
lobules of testis
lobules of thymus
lobules of thyroid gland
lobulet
lobulette
lobulettes
lobuli
lobuli epididymidis
lobuli glandulae mammariae

Literary usage of Lobulations

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1. Manual of Human Histology by Albert Kölliker, George Busk (1854)
"In fact, the primary and secondary lobulations which are observed in these glands ... The secondary lobulations then become united into still larger groups, ..."

2. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1896)
"This may continue without alteration until the lobulations are so marked that ... At times lobulated colonies are seen, the lobulations of which are quite ..."

3. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress) (1898)
"In the few cases of anomalous lobulations of the liver under my observation, I have found the fissures in most instances deeper than, for instance, ..."

4. Diseases of the Thyroid Gland by Arthur Emanuel Hertzler, Victor Ernest Chesky (1922)
"The growth of the lobulations in directions other than toward the trachea ... Lateral lobulations may extend beyond the site of entrance to the median vein ..."

5. Report by Philippines Bureau of Health, Philippines Health Service, Philippines Bureau of Health, 1932-1935 (1908)
"The lobulations are usually clearly defined. Here, also, we may find some albuminous degeneration. Stomach.—The stomach nearly always contains some curdled ..."

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