In follicular tonsillitis, the infection first implicates the lymphoid follicles.
follicular ulceration of the large intestine occurs, with softening and infiltration of the mucous membrane.
They surround the enlarged cell which forms the true ovum, for which they constitute a kind of follicular capsule.
follicular enteritis hastens, and tuberculous ulceration of the mucous membrane speedily brings, the case to a fatal termination.
The thickened germinal epithelium gives rise (in the case of the female) to the ova and the follicular epithelium.
The very young follicles consist of but a single layer of follicular cells surrounding the ovum, which lies centrally.
The follicular epithelium is much thicker on the side adjoining the stroma than on the upper side of the ovum.
follicular growth is rapid in the period from spring emergence to ovulation.
The follicular mange usually starts on the back near the tail or over the collar.
The prevailing lesions are hemorrhages, pigmentation, follicular ulceration, and enlargement of the mesenteric glands.
follicular fol·lic·u·lar (fə-lĭk'yə-lər)
Relating to, having, or resembling a follicle or follicles.
Affecting or growing out of a follicle or follicles.