Definition of Sacculations

1. Noun. (plural of sacculation) ¹



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Definition of Sacculations

1. sacculation [n] - See also: sacculation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacculations

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

Literary usage of Sacculations

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1. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (1907)
"In five out of the seventy specimens the right and left anterior sacculations were either quite equal or nearly equal in size (fig. ..."

2. A Manual of Dissection and Practical Anatomy: Founded on Gray and Gerrish by William Thomas Eckley, Corinne Buford Eckley (1903)
"The sacculations are variable in si/e in different specimens. The gut must be inflated to appreciate appearance of the sacculations. ..."

3. A Text-book of Urology in Men, Women and Children, Including Urinary and by Victor Cox Pedersen (1919)
"sacculations are common with all severe stricture cases, are easily detected through a urethroscopy caudad to a filiform stricture after the same has been ..."

4. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1920)
"Six hours later (Roentgenogram 5), the caecum and ascending colon were greatly dilated, atonic, flattened, and without sacculations. The masses of bismuth ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1904)
"There are several sacculations on this part of the large intestine, ... The sacculations on this length of the intestine are only very faint. ..."

6. The Treatment of Acute Infectious Diseases by Frank Sherman Meara (1921)
"Furthermore it must be remembered that these sacculations may be small and that only repeated explorations will reward the search. ..."

7. The Treatment of Acute Infectious Diseases by Frank Sherman Meara (1921)
"Furthermore it must be remembered that these sacculations may be small and that only repeated explorations will reward the search. ..."

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