Albright’s disease Al·bright’s disease (ôl’brīts)
Fibrous dysplasia involving multiple bones and characterized by irregular brown spots on the skin, endocrine dysfunction, and precocious puberty, especially in girls.
albuginea albuginea al·bu·gin·e·a (āl’bə-jĭn’ē-ə, -byə-) n. A tough whitish layer of fibrous tissue, especially the dense white membrane covering the testicle.
a bound or loose-leaf book consisting of blank pages, pockets, envelopes, etc., for storing or displaying photographs, stamps, or the like, or for collecting autographs. a phonograph record or set of records containing several musical selections, a complete play, opera, etc.: Her album of folk songs will be out next month. the package or container […]
of or designating a format featuring rock songs from LPs and CDs rather than singles, especially mainstream rock music.