Definition of Alveoles
1. alveole [n] - See also: alveole
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alveoles
Literary usage of Alveoles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Consumption and Its Treatment in All Its Forms by Carl Both (1873)
"The over-extension of the alveoles (emphysema), the very opposite of the above ... AS previously shown, the alveoles may never have been extended from birth ..."
2. Charleston Medical Journal and Review (1874)
"This condition is probably brought about in the following manner: The ingress of air through the obstructed tubes, to the corresponding alveoles, ..."
3. Pre-historic Times: As Illustrated by Ancient Remains, and the Manners and by John Lubbock (1875)
"Ce qui semble plus etrange encore, c'est que les trois alveoles des grosses molaires presentent absolument 1'ordre typique du maxillaire simien par ..."
4. Primary Malignant Growths of the Lungs and Bronchi: A Pathological and by Issac Adler (1912)
"The alveolar structure is very plain, the alveoles varying in size, lined with cuboid or cylindrical cells and filled with polymorphous cells jumbled ..."
5. The Chicago Medical Journal (1875)
"In the alveoles, one finds pretty often another form of granulations, which conceal in their center only pavement epithelial cells. ..."