ringlike


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ringlike

(ˈrɪŋˌlaɪk)
adj
shaped like a ring or circle
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Adj.1.ringlike - having the shape of a ring
circular, round - having a circular shape
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This enables surgeons to repair the ringlike base of the damaged valve without the need for open-heart surgery.
The typical cross-sectional imaging finding of perivascular fatty infiltration is the tram-like configuration for vessel segments parallel to the imaging plane, and a ringlike or round configuration for vessel segments perpendicular to the imaging plane (12) (Fig.
Following a similar procedure that was done in [27], one can show that the energy density tends to compactify into a ringlike region of unit radius in the plane, described by
Chelating agents bind to copper and form ringlike complex structures
A bull's-eye disk of dust and gas surrounds the young star HL Tauri, with ringlike gaps 15, 30, and 70 astronomical units from the star.
In 1909, a Swedish dermatologist, Arvid Afzelius, presented his research into an expanding ringlike lesion, erythema migrans (EM), that would later be a hallmark of Lyme disease.
While most strictures in Barrett's esophagus are located in the distal esophagus, some patients may develop ringlike or tapered strictures in the midesophagus (Figure 11).
As the painting hovers momentarily in front of an open garage door, the bushy-looking, ringlike form that occupies its lower three quarters is juxtaposed with the building's upper windows to give the squat two-story structure what looks like a bearded face.
When exposed to nicotine, smooth muscle cells already riled up by inflammation formed ringlike structures that started the invasion.
Then the effect of two parameters on synchronization of ringlike network is investigated.