globus

Type: Term Pronunciation: glō′bŭs, -bī Definitions: 1. A round body; ball. Synonyms: globe See: globi
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globus

A fast moving unit. Also a defensive square.
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Globus

A - fast moving unit. B - square.
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Globus

Globus: A word straight from the Latin, meaning (not unexpectedly) a globe or sphere. The word 'globus' is used in a number of different contexts in medicine. Globus hystericus, sometimes just called globus, is the sensation of having a lump in the throat. This is a symptom of hysterical neurosis (conversion hysteria) as well as of diseases such as
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globus

1. A round body; ball. ... See: globi. ... Synonym: globe. ... Origin: L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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globus

(glo´bәs) pl. glo´bi Latin word meaning sphere. a spherical structure. eyeball. globus hystericus the subjective sensation of a lump in the throat. globus pallidus the smaller and more medial part of the lentiform nucleus of...
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globus

globus (s), globi (pl) 1. A round or spherical body. 2. A lump or swelling. 3. Any of the brown bodies sometimes found in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy. 4. In leprology, a macrophage swollen by its content of leprosy bacillis, as seen in lepromatous leprosy. Cross ref...
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globus

Latin = a globe.
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