- of, in, or like a capsule.
Origin of capsular
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Capsular: in the form of a capsule or little cup-like container.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
Cistella, sis-tel′a, n. the capsular shield of some lichens.
The ligaments are femerotibial, femeropatellar and capsular.Lameness of the Horse</p>
John Victor Lacroix
This latter form, known as capsular, is usually found in connection with joints which possess a free and extended movement.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
United States Department of Agriculture
The capsular arteries, small in size, run outward from the aorta to end in the supra-renal capsules.