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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B) Computed tomographic scan with diffuse micronodular pulmonary disease.
Micronodular BCC shows round to oval tumor nests, but unlike nodular BCC, the nests are smaller and widely dispersed (Figure 1, E).
Since multifocal micronodular pneumocyte hyperplasia (MMPH) does not appear to be fatal and remained stable,[2] close follow-up was chosen for the patient, her mother, her uncle, and her son.
The latter included the infiltrative, morpheic, micronodular and metatypical (basosquamous) subtypes.
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Typically, chest radiograph in early stage shows bilateral and symmetric micronodular or reticulonodular shadow predominantly in mid and upper lung zones with sparing of costophrenic angles.
On thyroid ultrasonography (USG), gland enlargement, diffuse heterogeneity, hypoechoic appearance, micronodular appearance and more rarely nodular formation are observed in patients with Hashimoto thyroiditis (3, 15, 16).
A 62-year-old woman was known to have cirrhosis of the liver of unknown causation, confirmed histologically, with a micronodular pattern and regeneration.
Diagnostico por imagen Se valora tanto la extension y profundidad del paniculo adiposo como el tipo de grasa (endomatosa, micronodular o macronodular).
CXR PA view showed diffuse symmetric dense bilateral micronodular opacities involving all zones with increased density towards bases.
The thyroid ultrasonography revealed a multi micronodular goiter and a hypoechoic mass, posterior of the left thyroid lobe with dimensions of 2.