lobulation


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lobulation

the state of having lobules or of being lobulated.
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These tumors typically appear to be well circumscribed and often exhibit coarse lobulation on cut section, simulating the lobular character of the normal human pancreas.
Various clinical manifestations, including congenital heart defects (CHD), altered lung lobulation, splenic malformations, and situs ambiguus, are observed.
There were mild megaloblastoid changes and dyserythropoietic changes to include nuclear irregularities, nuclear lobulation, and nuclear fragmentation.
The border lobulation in a non-aggressive-appearing mass triggered further evaluation.
The remaining kidney showed small cysts and slight fetal lobulation of the cortex.
The newly described entity of autoimmune pancreatitis was further clarified, reminding us to look for the loss of lobulation (giving rise to a sausage shape), a peri-pancreatic halo of tissue and other associated autoimmune conditions, with IgG4 elevation.
1,3,6) It can be difficult to differentiate an intravascular papillary hemangioma from an intravascular capillary hemangioma or an intravascular pyogenic granuloma, both of which may contain innumerable vascular channels (although the latter displays lobulation that is not apparent in the other two entities).
Megakaryocytes are usually increased but lack the excessive nuclear lobulation and abuttment often present in essential thrombocythemia.
Lobulation is an inconstant finding that also suggests benignity.
The lesion exhibited lobulation and sclerosis of its margins, without evidence of periostitis or cortical disruption (Figure 1).
1,2,4,5] Some plasma cells had markedly irregular nuclear contours, while others had distinct nuclear lobulation similar to those seen in neutrophilic bands and segmented forms, megakaryocytes, Sezary cells, or convoluted lymphoblastic lymphoma.
3) When the highest point is difficult to determine because the sinus has an open-curve lobulation, measure the point at the middle of the lobulation (figure 3, line F).