crenulated


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crenulated

adjective Referring to an undulating, scalloped or serrated outer edge of a histopathological structure.
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Caption: Figure 2: Axial plane pelvic MRI showed an irregular mass with crenulated margins occupying the urethra and vagina.
"We could make a connection between all those things, between snowflakes and scans of the brain, flowers, any kind of crenulated form like this."
It includes bent ends of bones, puncture marks, superficial linear marks, peeling, crenulated ends and double arch punctures on the chewed edge.
Paul telling us how they ended up with the white, crenulated covers.
A piece of scrap wood crenulated and polished by long drifting--
In October 2006, seven months after MRO's arrival, HiRISE scanned a view of Victoria crater that not only showed the rover Opportunity perched on the crenulated rim but also the tracks it had made to get there (S&T: January 2007, page 32).
The second distinctive unidentified spirochete with its crenulated wall (sp1) in the same thin section (Fig.
The head and tail of the light are crenulated which is a fancy word for lots of dips and edge like things...
And the crenulated exterior makes a striking fashion statement for $15,600.