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ec·tat·ic

(ek-tat'ik),
Relating to, or marked by, ectasis.

ec·tat·ic

(ek-tat'ik)
Relating to, or marked by, ectasis.

ectatic

(ĕk-tăt′ĭk)
Distensible or capable of being stretched.
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However, typical features of portal hypertensive polyps reportedly include foveolar hyperplasia of the epithelium as well as proliferating, ectatic capillaries in the lamina propria; this indicates their portal hypertensive nature and distinguishes them from inflammatory polyps (Figure 4) [3, 7, 8,11,14].
Left heart catheterization with ventriculogram showed large, diffusely ectatic, and tortuous coronary arteries (left anterior descending (yellow arrow), circumflex artery (red arrow)).
Intracystic papillary carcinomas are seen in fluid-filled ectatic ducts as a vascular solid component.
No two ectatic eyes are the same and a solution that works well for one will not work for all.
However, it's efficacy remained controversial as epithelial barrier limit the depth and amount of cross-linking, evidenced as shallow and uneven distribution of the keratocytes apoptosis on confocal microscopy 7 and ectatic progression in many clinical trials as compared to epithelium off CXL.8,9
During the hospital stay, she underwent a suprapubic ultrasound (US) examination revealing a high flow vascular lesion involving the uterine wall; a contrast-enhanced Magnetic Resonance (MR) (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)) showed multiple ectatic and serpiginous anomalous vessels adjacent to the uterine wall bilaterally.
The most common corneal ectatic disorder and a leading indicator for corneal transplantation in developed countries is keratoconus (KC) [2, 3].
Angiokeratomas are vascular tumours consisting of numerous ectatic blood vessels in the superficial dermis.
Keratoconus is an ectatic corneal disorder, in which the cornea assumes a conical shape due to deficits of structural integrity.
So, a skin biopsy of 5 mm was carried out and the histopathology revealed ectatic vessels in the dermis without lobular pattern.
Bertolis, "Compression of the C-2 root by a rare anomalous ectatic vertebral artery: case report," Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.