He will have, perhaps, still more of interest for our time, because he was the first to describe the vermiform appendix.
Below his heart he has only a stomach and a vermiform appendix.
One might almost think that my depressor alæ nasi was a vermiform appendix.
The vermiform and retractile tongue is also a most singular organ.
The process whereby the human race has got rid of whiskers, the vermiform appendix and God.
Form changeable, from short, sac-like to elongate and vermiform.
Capitalism, Jonathan, is the vermiform appendix of the social organism.
Two anatomical factors deserve especial emphasis in explanation of the frequent origin of disease in the vermiform appendix.
The vermiform body is covered with cycloid imbricating scales, devoid of osteoderms.
In cases of more acute course the lesions are often found centred about the vermiform appendix.
vermiform ver·mi·form (vûr'mə-fôrm')
Resembling or having the long, thin, cylindrical shape of a worm.