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invaginated

(ĭn-văj′ĭ-nāt″ĕd)
Enclosed in a sheath; ensheathed.
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In this situation, we would recommend only segmental bowel resection to the invaginated segment.
This is further complicated if fecal particulate matter surrounds the invaginated appendix, masking the appendix, as was the case for our first patient.
Remarks: Lateral face, hemispherical shell, domed, small, buccal tube invaginated. Ventral face, circular shell with two inner circles which innermost is the pseudostoma aperture and the other is the beginning of the border with stretch marks.
Though the mass was not located in the invaginated segment, we believe that the mass was the triggering factor for intussusception because we failed to observe any other pathological finding that might be considered as "leading point" in the segment.
2007), which are invaginated plastic traps with 2 components that are recommended by the Mexican phytosanitary authority to monitor Anastrepha species (Anonymous 1999); iii) Tephri Trap (Sorygar, Madrid, Spain), which is a yellow cylindrical trap with a funnel base and four 22 mm non-invaginated lateral holes; and iv) a transparent colorless 500 mL PET bottle (Tecni Plastic Containers S.A.
Surgical treatment of a lateroradicular lesion on an invaginated lateral incisor (dens in dente).Uniwersite Paris Press: 2010.p.15-7.
The results revealed that the epithelium of the proventriculus invaginated to form the simple tubular glands, which showed a weak positive reaction with PAS stain but an intense positive reaction with AB (PH 2.5) stain.
(7) The nuclear membrane is sometimes invaginated, so that it appears like intranuclear vacuoles.
Rectoscopy may aid in the diagnosis of an aborad intussusception by revealing an invaginated intestine protruding into the rectum, although this technique has never been reported in birds.