Definition of Sacculation

1. Noun. the quality or state of being sacculated ¹



2. Noun. the process of becoming sacculated ¹

3. Noun. one or several sacs or saclike structures ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sacculation

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Sacculation

1. 1. A structure formed by a group of sacs. 2. The formation of a sac or pouch. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacculation

saccing
saccoglossa
saccoi
saccolabium
saccos
saccoses
saccular
saccular aneurysm
saccular bronchiectasis
saccular gland
saccular nerve
saccular spot
sacculate
sacculated
sacculated pleurisy
sacculation (current term)
sacculation of colon
sacculations
saccule
saccule and utricle
saccule of larynx
saccules
sacculi
sacculina
sacculocochlear
sacculoutricular
sacculus
sacculus alveolaris
sacculus communis
sacculus endolymphaticus

Literary usage of Sacculation

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1. Practical lithotomy and lithotrity, or an inquiry into the best modes of by Henry Thompson (1880)
"sacculation of the Bladder—5. Tumours of the Bladder—6. Renal Disease—7. Multiple Calculi. THUS far it has been assumed, in describing the proceedings of ..."

2. Diseases of the Urinary Organs: A Compendium of Their Diagnosis, Pathology by William Wallace Morland (1858)
"... the following facts to the Pathological Society of London, relative to sacculation of the bladder, complicated with neglected urethral stricture. ..."

3. A System of surgery: theoretical and practical v.5 by Timothy Holmes (1870)
"Hypertrophy and sacculation of the bladder, dilatation, &c.— The muscular walls of the bladder become hypertrophied in most cases of obstruction to the ..."

4. The Clinical Journal (1894)
"This condition would be brought about by any obstruction within the small bronchi which are situated beyond the sacculation. The diagram (fig. ..."

5. Injuries and Diseases of the Genital and Urinary Organs by Henry Morris (1896)
"(Middlesex Hospital Museum.) ("Manual of Surgery.") The common effect upon the bladder is hypertrophy, with dilatation and sacculation (Fig. 77). ..."

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