pultaceous pul·ta·ceous (pŭl-tā'shəs)
Resembling pulp; pulpy.
The cavity of the cyst usually contains a pultaceous mixture of shed epithelium, fluid fat, and hair.
Simple, superficial, erythematous, or catarrhal stomatitis; pultaceous stomatitis.
If double boiler be used no water need be added, and thus the rice will be dry and not pultaceous.
Its edges are irregular and ragged, its base uneven like a crater, and its surface is more or less covered with pultaceous dbris.
If a pultaceous mass is present it has a soft, doughy feeling, and when pressed an indentation is left.
The mucous membrane was soft, pultaceous, and easily removed, tinged with dark green bile.