Definition of Lobules
1. Noun. (plural of lobule) ¹
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Definition of Lobules
1. lobule [n] - See also: lobule
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Literary usage of Lobules
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1901)
"The substance of the liver is composed of lobules held together by an extremely fine areolar tissue, and of the ramifications of the portal vein, ..."
2. Microscopical Morphology of the Animal Body in Health and Disease by Carl Heitzmann (1882)
"Between the lobules the portal vein ramifies into smaller veins, which subdivide into capillaries. The latter arise either from one portal which supplies ..."
3. Principles of Human Physiology: With Their Chief Applications to Pathology by William Benjamin Carpenter, Meredith Clymer (1843)
"A, lobules in the second stage of hepatic venous congestion; Band c, ... A, lobules as they appear on the surface EDA stale of portal venous congestion ; a, ..."
4. Human Physiology by Robley Dunglison (1846)
"254, 1, exhibits some of the cells of which the lobules are composed, seen under a magnifying power of 200 diameters. 2, represents a longitudinal section ..."
5. The Micrographic Dictionary: A Guide to the Examination and Investigation of by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey (1883)
"The capillaries of the lobules form я close and elegant plexus between the branches of the inter- and intralobular veins, the rest of the lobules being ..."
6. A Text-book of Human Physiology by Austin Flint (1888)
"It will be more fully described in connection with the arrangement and distribution of the hepatic vessels. The substance of the liver is made up of lobules ..."
7. A Manual of Histology by Salomon Stricker (1872)
"In the pig's liver the edges of the oblong, irregularly polyhedral lobules are blunt ; hence, when the edges of three or four lobules come together, ..."
8. Text-book of anatomy and physiology for nurses by Diana Clifford Kimber (1902)
"branches penetrate between the lobules, and, surrounding and lying between each lobule, are known as the interlobular branches. ..."