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septate

 [sep´tāt]
divided by a septum.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt),
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

/sep·tate/ (sep´tāt) divided by a septum.

septate

(sĕp′tāt′)
adj.
Divided by a septum or septa.

septate

[sep′tāt]
pertaining to a structure divided by a septum.

septate

adjective Referring to or characterised by septa; divided, as by a septa.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt)
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

Having a partition (SEPTUM) or several partitions (septa).

septate

compartmented

septate

divided by a septum or septa.
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The air sac and lung lesions supported intact hyphal structures with parallel cell walls, internal septations, and branching.
The system's ability for higher resolution allows physicians to assess fine septations, nodular changes, and calculi, which is not possible by conventional imaging.
This technique provides the best view of the area to be drained and ensures that septations are opened and that all contents of multilobulated cysts are opened.
Inactive cysts occasionally have well-formed septations that prevent complete filling of the defect (especially if a fracture has previously occurred), thereby giving rise to a confusing picture when the preoperative workup reliably reflects a simple bone cyst (Fig.
Surgical exploration was recommended in those with solid areas or septations.
The septations represent the cyst walls, which are composed of mesothelial and fibrous strands and should be <5 mm thick.
1) Mild enhancement of vascular structures and septations within the mass will be noted on postcontrast imaging.
Computerized tomography (CT) also confirmed a 24 x 23 x 13-cm cystic mass with a delicate capsule and firm septations that supposedly originated from the mesentery (Fig.
3-9) Ultrasound often reveals gross, non-mobile ascites with septations and echogenicity.
One report describes osteolysis after total hip arthroplasty (THA), with a mass-like lesion in the iliopsoas pseudobursa, consisting of a fluid-like signal that is hypointense on T1 and hyperintense on T2 imaging, with thick low-signal septations, similar to our case.
The cells show pale and bubbly cytoplasm with fine, intracytoplasmic septations, or abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm with fewer to absent intracytoplasmic bubbles.
8) Laryngeal lipomas have characteristic CT findings--namely, a noncontrast-enhancing homogeneous structure with few septations and low attenuation (Hounsfield units between -50 and -150) indicative of adipose tissue.