Definitions for "Bleb"
an air-containing space seldom exceeding 1-2 cm., subpleural and most frequently developing over lung apices. Development of blebs has been attributed to dissection of air over a ruptured alveolus, where it accumulates in the visceral pleura in the form of a cyst. Blebs basically represent paraseptal emphysema and are usually regarded as the major cause of spontaneous pneumothorax.
an abnormal pocket of air in the lungs, usually under the lining of a lung, that can rupture with ascent and lead to barotrauma.
a collection of air contained within the elastic fibers of the visceral pleura
A large vesicle or bulla, usually containing a serous fluid; a blister; a bubble, as in water, glass, etc.
a blister or swelling on the skin ( can also be on a plant)
A bubble in the eye tissue that lays over the new drainage opening created during surgery.
In cell biology, a bleb is an irregular bulge in the plasma membrane of a cell undergoing apoptosis. Blebbing is the term used to describe the formation of blebs. During apoptosis, the cell's cytoskeleton breaks up and causes the membrane to bulge outward.
a small protrusion on the surface of a cell.
A small, usually rounded inclusion of one material in another.
The small bump of solid glass on the end of a tube. This is formed when the tube has been sealed by pulling glass from the end.
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