[ UK /kˈæpsjʊlɐ/ ]
resembling a capsule
the capsular ligament is a sac surrounding the articular cavity of a freely movable joint and attached to the bones
- of or relating to a capsule
How To Use capsular In A Sentence
- Deletion of the rcsB, which encoded an activator for the production of capsular polysaccharide, had a minor effect on K. pneumoniae resistance to polymyxin B. BioMed Central - Latest articles
- We report 2 previously non-demented patients who developed acute confusional state, abulia, and moderate cognitive decline after the occurrence of an infarct in the capsular genu.
- In 1 patient, the capsular tissue was so thin and attenuated that the planned revision capsular shift procedure was aborted after a diagnostic arthroscopy.
- Recently, we have begun to perform arthroscopic capsular plication in patients with significant capsule redundancy and laxity.
- The surgeon also instills fluid into the joint to provide joint capsular distension and achieve the desired 1-cm joint opening.
- Serum antibodies to capsular polysaccharides confer protection against meningococcal disease by activating complement-dependent bacteriolysis and, possibly, by opsonization.
- It is therefore reasonable to conclude that achieving adequate hemostasis would not only control blood loss in the event of a rupture, but may prevent the formation or expansion of the subcapsular hematoma.
- Upon microscopic examination, the lens capsular epithelium was swollen, and there was a ring of densely packed cells surrounding the exposed region.
- A submuscular placement of the breast implant reduces the risk of capsular contracture, which is a hardening of the tissue around the breast implant and is an undesirable complication. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
- Different serogroups are distinguished by the composition and structure of their capsular polysaccharides and because the virulence is related to them, they are target for vaccine development.