micronodular

micronodular

 [mi″kro-nod´u-ler]
marked by the presence of small nodules.

mi·cro·nod·u·lar

(mī'krō-nod'yū-lăr),
Characterized by the presence of minute nodules; denoting a somewhat coarser appearance than that of a granular tissue or substance.
[G. mikros, small]

micronodular

[-nod′yələr]
characterized by the presence of very small nodules.

mi·cro·nod·u·lar

(mī'krō-nod'yū-lăr)
Characterized by the presence of minute nodules; denoting a somewhat coarser appearance than that of a granular tissue or substance.
[G. mikros, small + L. nodus, knot + lar]

micronodular

marked by the presence of small nodules.
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