Related formsmul·ti·cap·su·lar, adjectivesub·cap·su·lar, adjective
Examples from the Web for capsular
The capsular ligament, except in hydrops, is the seat of connective-tissue overgrowth, and tends to become contracted and rigid.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
The femeropatella ligaments are two thin bands which reinforce the capsular ligament.
Ovary 1-celled with two bilamellar parietal placent, or 2–4-celled by their union, becoming drupaceous or capsular.
Distension of the capsular ligament of the tibial tarsal (tibioastragular) joint with synovia is commonly known as bog spavin.
The capsular and other ligaments are slack, so that the joint is unstable and easily hyper-extended.