Translation of tubercle in Spanish:

tubercle

tubérculo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈt(j)ubərkəl//ˈtjuːbək(ə)l/

noun

Botany Anatomy Medicine

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    tubérculo masculine
    • The blood supply of the scaphoid comes from the radial artery, feeding the bone on the dorsal surface near the tubercle and scaphoid waist.
    • When this happens, the bacteria become encapsulated in tiny tubercles (round lesions) usually in the lungs which may be seen on a chest X-ray.
    • Responding to the invasion, macrophages may huddle with other immune cells to form little nodules called granulomas, or tubercles.
    • Tuberculoma is a mass of granulation tissue made up of a conglomeration of microscopic small tubercles.
    • Even on the bare question of the presence or absence of tubercle in a lung it often fails us; on questions of the age, extent, distribution and histological character of the tuberculous lesions it can tell us little.
    • The disease causes these tubercles to become yellow and spongy and coughing fits causes them to be spat out by the sufferer.
    • In the male, the genital tubercle is located adjacent to and caudal to the umbilicus, whereas the genital tubercle in the female is located just ventral to the tail.
    • Its fibers pass dorsally from an extensive anterior attachment to insert on the pharyngeal raphe, the pharyngeal tubercle of the occipital bone.
    • A terminal segment includes a tubercle that projects dorsally and an anus.
    • The tubercles have rounded surface and irregular shape.