By reason of his valvular resources Mr. Quinlan might shout louder than Geltfin.
The valvular structure of the auricles was congested and granular.
The insertion of a solid piece of crust into a valvular incision is not to be recommended.
"He had no valvular trouble of the heart," said the doctor, who was continuing his examination.
When the associated wound in the soft parts is valvular the hæmorrhage is arrested and an aneurysm may develop.
The valvular action has nothing at all to do with the flight.
Quadrivalvular, kwod-ri-val′vū-lar, adj. having four valves or valvular parts.
Palpitation, enlargement, and valvular disease of the heart result from excessive or injudicious exercise.
valvular: when two parts join so as to form a valve between them.
Aortic stenosis, the rarest of the valvular lesions, is practically always accompanied by high pressure picture.
valvular val·vu·lar (vāl'vyə-lər)
Relating to, having, or operating by means of valves or valvelike parts.