Definition of Hepars

1. hepar [n] - See also: hepar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hepars

heparinic acid
heparinise
heparinised
heparinises
heparinising
heparinize
heparinized
heparinizes
heparinizing
heparinlike
heparinoid
heparinoids
heparins
heparitin sulfate
heparosan N-sulfate D-glucuronosyl 5-epimerase
hepars (current term)
hepat-
hepatatrophia
hepatectomies
hepatectomized
hepatectomy
hepatic
hepatic adenoma
hepatic air
hepatic amoebiasis
hepatic arteries
hepatic artery
hepatic branches of vagus nerve
hepatic capsulitis
hepatic colic

Literary usage of Hepars

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1. A Treatise on the Chemical History and Medical Powers of Some of the Most by William Saunders (1805)
"... b< i together, but never hepars. ... and become turbid only to the air, v hepars will become in, ..."

2. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1844)
"... of lime and calcium, both of which being fixed hepars, remain in the retort while the mercury is volatilized by the heat. In a few places, hammerschlag, ..."

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