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  • n. Plural form of vesica.


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  • I noticed soft lines, circles, vesicae, and even vines! along with the more masculine hard lines, rectangles, and spears *rolls eyes*.

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  • In Fig. 2 it appears as the uvula vesicae, a. In Fig. 3 the part a is increased, and under the name now of third lobe is seen to contract and bend upwards the prostatic canal.

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  • The part K, which is here represented as projecting from the floor of the bladder, near its neck, is named the "uvula vesicae," (Lieutaud.)

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  • And the same may be said of the fibres, which surrounding the vesical orifice, are supposed to act as the "sphincter vesicae."

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  • There was ectopia vesicae and prolapse of the intestine at the umbilicus; the right kidney was elongated; the right vas deferens opened into the ureter.

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  • Dioscorides tells us: _Cicadæ, quae inassatae manduntur, vesicae doloribus prosunt_.

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  • Pasquil wrote, Vleus vesicae renum dolor in pene scirrus.

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  • It projects inside the urinary bladder forming "uvula vesicae" just behind the internal urethral meatus.

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  • _in ano_, or some such other secret disease, as the common conuersant can hardly discouer, and the Phisition either not speedily heale, or not honestly bewray? of which infirmities the scoffing _Pasquil_ wrote, _Vleus vesicae renum dolor in peno scirrus_.

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