Recent Examples of bladder from the Web
Swimmers with diarrhea or a leaking bladder are the usual cause because the parasite lives and multiplies in your gut, according to Slate.
To collect the bile, the farmers either perform surgery on the bears or insert catheters into their gall bladders, letting the substance slowly drip out.
The prostate is a gland around the top of the bladder that produces prostate fluid, one of the main elements of semen.
M. Richard Katz, 86, of Penn Valley and Mount Desert Island, Maine, a longtime neurosurgeon at Albert Einstein Medical Center, died Tuesday, June 27, of bladder cancer at home.
Small backpacks, purses and empty hydration bladder packs.
To be fair, condoms have come a long way since they were made from linens in ancient Egypt and animal bladders or intestines in ancient Rome.
Starbucks has apologized to Osbourne for being unable to accommodate her bladder.
Scientists have studied the potential risks of hair dye for decades, focusing on bladder cancer, leukemia and breast cancer.
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Origin and Etymology of bladder
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of bladder
- the bladder of a tapeworm larva
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