bleb


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bleb

[bleb]
(materials)
A small bubble in a material that has solidified, such as glass.
(petrology)
A small, usually spherical inclusion in a rock mass.
(medicine)
A localized collection of fluid, as serum or blood, in the epidermis.

bleb

A blister or small bubble in a fluid or in a material (such as glass) that has solidified.
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Suksamanapun N, Trakarnsanga A, Akaraviputh T (2011) Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome.
It is also interesting to note that any bleb manipulation procedures that reduce the height of the bleb may also have an effect on final lid position.
Mitomycin C augmented glaucoma surgery: evolution of filtering bleb avascularity, transconjunctival oozing, and leaks.
Post-operatively bleb was found in 45 (90%) cases at 1 week, whereas it was absent in 5 (10%) cases.
Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Sendromu'nda semptom ve bulgular organ tutulumuna bagli olarak degisebilmektedir.
Other cellular vesicles include argosomes, blebs, and apoptotic bodies.
Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome (BRBNS) describes a clinical entity that presents with cutaneous and visceral venous malformations, especially in the gastrointestinal tract.
Just push it in, and it guides you consistently to the desired bleb or wheal.
Data from experimental studies suggest that bleb formation can occur in cultured myocytes (9) and perfused rat hearts (9).
Blue-rubber bleb nevus syndrome, or "bean syndrome," consists of multifocal venous malformations in the skin and GI tract.
The bleb is usually placed superiorly so that it is covered by the upper eyelid (Kanski 2007, Allingham et al 2011).
The lungs were clear apart from a small triangular subpleural bleb.