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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Di Girolamo, "Otago glaucoma surgery outcome study: the pattern of expression of mmps and timps in bleb capsules surrounding molteno implants," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
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 multisistemik tutulumla seyreden ve nadir gorulen bir hastaliktir.
In these patients, pneumothorax is presumed to result from rupture of bullae and blebs. The risk of spontaneous pneumothorax is correlated with amount and duration of tobacco smoke exposure.
The membrane blebs were increased in the specimen prepared by using CPD technique as pointed out by the blue arrows in Figures 5(e) and 5(f).
With a clinical diagnosis of co-existing blue rubber bleb nevus (BRBNS), diagnostic biopsy of the suspected BRBN lesions was taken simultaneously.
* Conjunctiva and Tenon's capsule flap is sutured (Figure 2g) and irrigation through the paracentesis is repeated to inflate the bleb (Figure 2h).
Prevention failure of bleb cicatrix would lead to unsatisfactory postoperative intraocular pressure (IOP) controlling and unsatisfactory success rate.
Lidocaine 2% is injected at the mucocutaneous junction (Junction of pigmented skin and pink vulvar mucosa) in adequate volume to create a bleb (bubble like swelling) from the level of the pubis dorsally to connect with the bleb from the other side of the vulva.
Like a water balloon at max capacity, the tissue at the top of the organ had stretched under the weight of the lungs below, causing a large bleb to fissure.
Primary spontaneous pneumothorax is mainly caused by the rupture of a bleb or of a bulla [5].