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corticate

 [kor´tĭ-kāt]
having a cortex or bark.
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corticate

(kôr′tĭ-kĭt, -kāt′) also

corticated

(-kāt′ĭd)
adj.
Having a cortex or a similar specialized outer layer.
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On radiographs, well corticated structures with smooth border, are not likely to be secondary to trauma whereas displaced irregular fragment with poorly defined irregular margins and soft tissue edema suggests fracture.
(14) Accessory ossicles tend to be rounded with a well corticated margin, while fracture fragments may be irregular and demonstrate jagged edges.
Panoramic radiography as well as CT scan with contrast evaluation showed a radiolucent, well corticated, 6 cm oval, unilocular in appearance and extending from the mesial of #22 to the distal of #18.
The site of partition should demonstrate smooth, well corticated margins, and the two portions of the bipartite cuneiform together are larger than the expected normal or fractured medial cuneiform.
Shiraiwa, "Changes in alkaline band formation and calcification of corticated charophyte Chara globularis," SpringerPlus, vol.
The radiolucency was corticated & separated by thick septae with scalloped borders showing typical honey comb appearance.
Scans show that the superior margin of the resection is well corticated under the inferior dental nerve (Fig.
Main axes of 6-9 pericentral globose cells of 200-300 [micro]m, heavily corticated; cortical cells rectangular, 25-50 [micro]m wide, strongly pigmented.
Of these well-defined tumors, none of them showed corticated or sclerotic borders (0%; Figure 2, B).