A mere lack of use of bones may also lead to a certain amount of atrophy from lacunar resorption.
In many instances the parenchymatous inflammation is a direct extension of the lacunar inflammation.
Fragment of lacunar, from a ceiling, with two panels in low relief.
Non ebur neque aureum / Mea renidet in domo 20 lacunar—In my dwelling no ivory gleams, nor fretted roof covered with gold.
The deposit in follicular or lacunar tonsillitis or angina is pulpy and not membraniform.
lacunar la·cu·nar (lə-kyōō'nər)
Of or relating to a lacuna; lacunal.
Of or relating to a temporary absence of manifestation of a symptom.