extramedullary

ex·tra·med·ul·la·ry

(eks'tră-med'yū-lā'rē),
Outside of, or unrelated to, any medulla, especially the medulla oblongata.

extramedullary

/ex·tra·med·ul·la·ry/ (-med´u-lar″e) situated or occurring outside a medulla, especially the medulla oblongata.

extramedullary

[-med′yəler′ē]
Etymology: L, extra + medulla, marrow
pertaining to something outside or unrelated to any medulla.

ex·tra·me·dul·la·ry

(eks'tră-med'yū-lar-ē)
Outside of, or unrelated to, any medulla, especially the medulla oblongata.

extramedullary

situated or occurring outside any of the medullas including the medulla oblongata and the medullary cavities of the bones.

extramedullary hematopoiesis
see extramedullary hematopoiesis.
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Extramedullary plasmacytoma of the tongue base: A case report and clinical review of head and neck plasmacytoma.
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Extramedullary haematopoiesis (EMH) is a rare cause of spinal cord compression.
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the spine revealed an intradural, extramedullary, 16-mm enhancing mass in the left half of the bony canal at the T10 to T11 level.
Extramedullary plasmacytoma is known to comprise 4% to 6% of all plasma cell neoplasms.
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Extramedullary deformities include a variety of femoral shaft problems, such as angular, rotational, translational, and longitudinal discrepancies.
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