The natocirrus is reduced to a small rounded or nodular form slightly above base of parapodium.
Also, nodular or kidney-shaped masses of what the quarrymen call plaster-eggs—apparently snowy gypsum.
The accumulation may form a doughy tumour which in parts may be nodular and intensely hard.
This may be seen especially at Goslar, where the nodular lumps of dark grey colour are called vitriol stone (lapis atramenti).
The lymphatics become indurated and nodular, constituting what veterinarians call farcy pipes and farcy buds.
Misy when it effloresces in no great quantity from the others is like a kind of pollen, otherwise it is nodular.
The surface of the gut is generally ulcerated, irregular, and nodular.
It has been customary to differentiate three types: nodular; diffuse; senile.
The nodular type, however, may occur in the aorta alone, the branches remaining free.
When nodular growths can be felt in the free border or surface of the liver, the diagnosis is generally easily established.