multilobular


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multilobular

 [mul″tĭ-lob´u-ler]
having many lobules.

mul·ti·lob·u·lar

(mŭl'tē-lob'yū-lăr),
Having many lobules.

mul·ti·lob·u·lar

(mŭl'tē-lob'yū-lăr)
Having many lobules.

multilobular

having many lobules.

multilobular chondroma and osteoma
nodular masses involving membranous bones, as in the canine cranium, causing local disfigurement, and sometimes pressure on the brain.
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For multilobular and scalloped KCOT, most of the incomplete and thin bony septa were removed during surgery to ensure that the endoscope could enter without being blocked by the septum and that sufficient space was available for the operation.
Sebaceous adenoma and sebaceoma are sharply circumscribed multilobular tumors of sebaceous cells usually located in the mid or deep reticular dermis.
Upon dissection, both tumor masses were found to have multilobular or cystic aspects, containing yellowish viscous liquid, hemorrhagic foci, and areas with bone and cartilaginous appearance.
Gross examination of the isolated reproductive tract revealed a firm multilobular mass with 15.
Her bone marrow biopsy was observed as hypercellular and megakaryocytes were observed, including multilobular nucleotides, which increased in number and were generated as clusters.
Ventrolateralmente a direita e cranialmente a entrada do torax, estas estruturas tubulares se uniam originando uma formacao amorfa, multilobular e hiperintensa nas imagens ponderadas em T2 e STIR.
Untreated AIH, with histological findings of bridging necrosis or multilobular necrosis, progresses to cirrhosis in 82% of patients, and has a mortality rate of 45% within three to five years of initial diagnsosis.
Similarly, treatment Is needed when a biopsy shows "bridging"--or multilobular necrosis, as studies have shown that progression to cirrhosis occurs in more than 80% of such patients, and 5- year mortality is about 45%.
The multilobular heterogenous appearance in the CT scan supported this diagnosis and made other disorders, such as thymoma and non-Hodgkin's disease (to be discussed in a bit) very unlikely.
Infected dogs shared the following histopathologic features (Figure 1): 1) severe multilobular or diffuse necrotizing tracheobronchitis with suppurative inflammation in the lumina and squamous metaplasia of the tracheobronchial epithelium and 2) severe multilobular bronchiolitis and alveolitis.
Hepatocytes are organized into "cords" and "plates" in a multilobular arrangement (each Lobule approximately 1 millimeter to 2 millimeters in diameter) with tens of thousands of lobules per liver.
En los pulmones, se observaron zonas de consolidacion en parches de localizacion multilobular, particularmente, en el pulmon izquierdo.