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vesicular

[və′sik·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Characterized by abundant vesicles.
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Potential for contact and mechanical vector transmission of vesicular stomatitis virus New Jersey in pigs.
This means the pig has been slaughtered and samples have been taken for urgent testing for foot and mouth disease and swine vesicular disease at the Institute for Animal Health laboratory at Pirbright in Surrey.
In October 2015, the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory of the Ohio Department of Agriculture received vesicle tissue, a vesicle swab sample, and whole blood from a sow with vesicular disease for rule-out testing for FMD virus (FMDV).
RESUMEN: El objetivo de este estudio fue conocer con mayor detalle la morfologia de la glandula vesicular del conejo Oryctolagus ciniculus para, posteriormente efectuar estudios morfofuncionales.
The patient, a man aged 51 years, was evaluated in an outpatient clinic on postvaccination day 21, at which time physical exam revealed a nonpainful, nonpruritic, mixed maculopapular and vesicular rash (approximately 50 total lesions) involving the patient's face, torso, groin, and arms.
Ingrezza is a selective vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2) inhibitor, which is claimed to be the only FDA-approved product to treat adults with TD.
Se estudio una poblacion de 882 pacientes, de los cuales el 78% fueron mujeres en edades entre 21 y 50 anos, la presentacion clinica mas frecuente de la patologia vesicular fue el dolor abdominal en un 73,70%; el diagnostico clinico mas comun fue Litiasis vesicular en un 78,80%; el diagnostico ecografico mas comun fue Litiasis vesicular en un 79,93%.
En referencia a esto, como muy bien se describe, el termino relacionado al murmullo vesicular tiene mucho debate, dada la esencia de la descripcion fisiologica del mismo, y por lo tanto, hoy se acepta que se utilice el termino <<ruidos respiratorios vesiculares>> para hablar de ruidos normales.
5 In a study which was conducted in a pediatric clinic and focused on herpetic and non-herpetic vesicular and bullous skin disorders, indicated the high sensitivity (80%) and specificity (90%) of the Tzanck smear.
In this report, we describe a newborn that had vesicular eruptions and seizures and was initially thought to have congenital herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection.
It is clinically characterised by maculopapular rashes or vesicular lesions occurring on the palms, soles and other parts of the body such as the buttocks and thighs.
In VSV-GP the glycoprotein of the Vesicular Stomatitis Virus has been replaced by the glycoprotein of the Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus to conceal the virus from the immune system.