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spiculated

 [spik´u-la″ted]
having spicules.
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15] for example, developed a pretest probability model using age, smoking history, history of extrathoradc cancer more than 5 years before nodule detection, nodule diameter, upper lobe location and spiculated margin.
Mammographic features predictive of malignancy include masses with spiculated margins (PPV 81%) and irregular shape (PPV 73%), while masses with round or oval shape, circumscribed margins, and low or fat-containing density are likely to be benign (negative predictive value [NPV] 95%).
Enlarged nonfatty axillary lymph nodes with spiculated or ill-defined margins have a strong association with an underlying malignancy.
Alternatively, solid, noncalcified spiculated nodules have a high likelihood of being cancer.
20) Radiologically, the tumor is most commonly detected as a spiculated mass on mammography or ultrasonography.
He said the CT scan revealed a "small fibrotic nodule and irregular spiculated margins" for which he was recommended repeated CTs every three months for a year.
A 19-mm spiculated lesion was detected at the base of the right lung (Fig.
Optical microscopy showed spiculated erythrocytes and poikilocytosis; major changes in the plasma membrane were detected by electron microscope.
5) A spiculated appearance, also called "hair-on-end" or "sunburst," occurs when new bone is laid down perpendicular to the cortex along Sharpey's fibers.
There was a 2cm spiculated lesion in the anterior segment with a Standardised Uptake Value (SUV) max of 5.
With the majority of diagnostic tests, an abnormal value is predictive of pathology - for example, the finding of gallstones on ultrasound, a spiculated density on mammography, or an infiltrate on chest X-ray.
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