Definition of Rouleaux
1. rouleau [n] - See also: rouleau
Medical Definition of Rouleaux
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rouleaux
Literary usage of Rouleaux
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. William Winston Seaton of the "National Intelligencer".: A Biographical Sketch by Josephine Seaton (1871)
"... room to one of his aides, who, conducting the reckless creatures into another apartment, drew their attention to a table covered with rouleaux of gold. ..."
2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1863)
"The red cells cohered in rouleaux every here and there, and were for the most part clearly biconcave and flattened, as was easily seen by making them roll ..."
3. Teaching Atlas of Nuclear Medicine by K.J. Donohoe, Annick Van den Abbeele (1869)
"Il faut les en- ceindre d'un cordage suivant leur longueur, on y attache des traits de cordes dont on se sert pour les tirer sur les rouleaux, ..."
4. Textbook of human physiology by Leonard Landois, William Stirling (1889)
"[The cause of the formation of rouleaux is by no means clear. The corpuscles may be detached from each other by gently touching the cover-glass, ..."
5. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"In view of the striking alteration in rouleaux formation under slight changes of ... rouleaux formation often took place in 5 min. and, as a rule, ..."