sacculate

ADJECTIVE
  1. formed with or having saclike expansions
    the alimentary tract is partially sacculated
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  • The walls of the bladder have hence become fasciculated and sacculated. Surgical Anatomy
  • The sacculated bladder considered in reference to sounding, to catheterism, to puncturation, and to lithotomy. Surgical Anatomy
  • The walls of the bladder are thickened, fasciculated, and sacculated; the two former appearances being caused by a hypertrophy of the vesical fibres, while the latter is in general owing to a protrusion of the mucous membrane between the fasciculi. Surgical Anatomy
  • This consists in a bulging forward of the cornea at a given point by the sacculate yielding and distention of its coats, and it may be either transparent or opaque and vascular. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • The proventriculus and gizzard are small, and the lower esophagus is sacculated, which delays passage of particles into the lower gut where additional fermentation occurs in the paired ceca.
  • The sacculated bladder considered in reference to sounding, to catheterism, to puncturation, and to lithotomy. Surgical Anatomy
  • Oddly enough, among the grass-eaters, for some reason which we do not understand, it appears to occur in a sort of inverse proportion to the stomach; those which have large, sacculate, pouched stomachs, like the cow, sheep, and the ruminants generally, having smaller _cæca_. Preventable Diseases
  • The tunica vaginalis, like the serous spermatic tube, may, in consequence of inflammatory fibrinous effusion, become sacculated-multilocular, in which case, if a hydrocele form, the position of the testis will vary accordingly. Surgical Anatomy
  • These bands are shorter than the other coats of the intestine, and serve to produce the sacculi which are characteristic of the cecum and colon; accordingly, when they are dissected off, the tube can be lengthened, and its sacculated character disappears. XI. Splanchnology. 2h. The Large Intestine
  • the alimentary tract is partially sacculated
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