A small rounded projection or protuberance, especially on a bone or on the surface of an animal or plant
= root nodule.
Either of a pair of small bony prominences that are located one above the other on the posterior surface of the body of the mandible, on each side of the mandibular symphysis, and from which the genioglossal and geniohyoid muscles originate.
Each of the four optic lobes of a mammal.
= Darwin's tubercle.
Any of the small greyish- or yellowish-white granulomatous nodules found in the lungs and other tissues in generalized tuberculosis.
A protuberance on the inner surface of the mandible, near the angle, to which the medial pterygoid muscle is attached.
A bacterium that causes tuberculosis
= tubercle bacillus.
Infected with tubercle bacilli.
Each of the small rounded projections formed by the areolar glandular structures, especially when enlarged during pregnancy.