spiculated


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spiculated

 [spik´u-la″ted]
having spicules.
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Contrast-enhanced fat suppressed 3D FSPGR image showing irregular lesion with spiculated margin in left breast; HPR-invasive ductal carcinoma with ductal carcinoma in situ.
Axial magnetic resonance imaging of the right breast obtained after contrast injection, and after computer subtraction of nonenhanced image (D), shows irregular spiculated enhancing (white) mass (arrow) due to the known carcinoma.
MpBC is seen as a high density mass on mammogram with either circumscribed, obscured, irregular and/or spiculated margins.
Alternatively, solid, noncalcified spiculated nodules have a high likelihood of being cancer.
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.
Computed tomography (CT) of his chest images showed a spiculated nodule in the superior segment of the right lower lobe (Figure 3).
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.
A number of previous studies have been conducted in an attempt to automatically detect spiculated masses and incorporate this feature into CAD methods.