There is but little pain, and no glandular involvement or constitutional disturbance.
A disease consisting of any glandular enlargement in any part of the body.
R, The glandular tissue of the left nephridium or renal-sac, which has been cut open (see fig. 29).
It is probable that the secretion from the glandular zone of the ciliary body is increased.
Ovary 2–5-lobed or the carpels nearly distinct, upon a glandular disk; cells 2-ovuled.
The glandular forms by far the largest portion of the udder.
The civet has nothing in common with the hyna but the glandular pouch, under the tail, and the mane along the neck and back-bone.
If they remained, they could not pass through the glandular cells.
It is remarkable for a glandular orifice at the lower part of the back, surrounded by strong bristles.
As an application to chronic ulcers, glandular swellings, &c.
glandular glan·du·lar (glān'jə-lər)
Of, relating to, affecting, or resembling a gland or its secretion.
Functioning as a gland.
Resulting from the abnormal function of a gland or glands.