bosselated


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bosselated

 [bos´ĕ-lāt″ed]
marked or covered with bosses.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

bos·se·lat·ed

(bos'ĕ-lā-ted),
Marked by numerous bosses or rounded protuberances.
[Fr. bosseler, to emboss]
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mammillated

adjective Characterised by one or more rounded or nipple-like surface projections.
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bos·se·lat·ed

(baws'ĕ-lā-ted)
Marked by numerous bosses or rounded protuberances.
[Fr. bosseler, to emboss]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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(c) Gross specimen showing bosselated external surface of the larger mass with attached vas deferens and smooth encapsulated smaller mass.
Gross: A large ovarian mass of 35 cm x 25 cm in size with bosselated outer surface.
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Most are unilateral, solid, bosselated tumors with an average size of 15 cm in diameter.
CT scan of the pelvis revealed a localized bosselated mass arising from the posterior aspect of left iliac crest, not extending into the surrounding tissue (Figure 3).
Follicular dendritic cell sarcomas are characteristically well circumscribed or even encapsulated, bosselated masses that are solid with pink or white to tan-grey cut surfaces.
Left ovary measured 15x14x10 cm, bosselated, lobulated, well encapsulated with over stretched fallopian tube.
Examination revealed a bosselated, nonulcerated, 2-cm mass of the uvula.
On examination, a large, bosselated mass lesion was seen arising from the nape of the neck more on the left side extending over the occiput (Figure 1).
"One type is characterized by round or oval microliths that may have a genetic basis and the other by irregular bosselated microliths that are largely due to mitral stenosis." [9] Confirmation with CT scan, scintigraphy, transbronchial biopsy can be done.