bosselated


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bosselated

 [bos´ĕ-lāt″ed]
marked or covered with bosses.

bos·se·lat·ed

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

mammillated

adjective Characterised by one or more rounded or nipple-like surface projections.

bos·se·lat·ed

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

bosselated

marked or covered with bosses.
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Grossly, it is well circumscribed and encapsulated and often has a bosselated or clefted outer surface (Figure 4).
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).
Grossly, osteochondromas are sessile or pedunculated bony projections covered by a smooth, rounded to bosselated, cartilaginous cap of uniform thickness, usually a few millimeters thick (Figure 8, B and C).
On excision, a solitary, well-circumscribed, bosselated, ovoid tumor mass of the distal pancreas was identified and measured 4.
Most of the pancreatic tissue received was replaced by a slightly bosselated mass measuring 9 cm in greatest dimension (Figure 1).
The tumor, measuring 50 X 40 X 25 mm, was a predominantly circumscribed, bosselated, and firm mass situated in the subcapsular area of the right lobe of the liver It was light tan and interspersed with concentric whitish streaks on the cut surface (Figure 1).
The Pathology Department received an 865-g right kidney, which was nearly entirely replaced by a 14 x 8 x 11-cm, white-tan, bosselated tumor (Figure 2).