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mor·pho·log·ic

(mōr'fō-loj'ik),
Relating to morphology.

mor·pho·log·ic

, morphological (mōr'fō-loj'ik, -al)
Relating to morphology.
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Belonging to another than typical form morphologic and ecological group is has the possibility to inhabit the same biotopes [8], but in conditions of cryolite zone of Yakutia both forms are being observed only in flood land cenosis and rarely in watersheds [11].
isolated from case-patient 12 on the basis of morphologic features alone was difficult (Figure 1, panel A).
While EWSR1-ATF1 translocation may not entirely define a tumor as CCS (eg, this translocation is also seen in angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma), the presence of EWSR1 and ATF1 rearrangements, in conjunction with the morphologic and immunohistochemical features seen in our case, supports a diagnosis of CCS.
Color Atlas of Congenital Heart Disease: Morphologic and Clinical Correlations.
Immature platelets can be differentiated from their mature counterparts by distinct morphologic features: they tend to be larger in size and to have reticulated cytoplasm due to remnants of RNA.
The authors noted that future analysis of a larger SART data set could increase the accuracy of the morphologic classification system and lead to a Web-based regression equation enabling ranking of embryo viability.
Spectrum of morphologic changes of lymph nodes in HIV infection.
Clinical, morphologic, and cytogenetic characteristics of 26 patients with acute erythroblastic leukemia.
Supercritical drying technology is then used to form the aerogel morphologic structure.
At first I was less than captivated by the topic; the last time I thought about parasites for more than a minute was when I crammed for the Pathology Boards by memorizing various parasitic morphologic features as revealed by light microscopy.
From these were generated classic red cell indices, white cell counts/differentials, and platelet counts along with assorted morphologic comments often suggesting specific diagnoses.