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invaginated

(ĭn-văj′ĭ-nāt″ĕd)
Enclosed in a sheath; ensheathed.
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Caption: Figure 2: Axial and coronal CT shows that the distal duodenum with surrounding fat, vessels, and the pancreatic head were invaginated into the proximal jejunum (curve arrow).
A partially present and even invaginated acrosome makes the space between the sperm head membranes smaller and then the whole acrosomal volume smaller, which makes the amount of acrosomal enzymes in partial globozoospermia less than that in sperm with normal acrosome volume.
The epithelium invaginated to form folds and sulci, and the bottoms of the sulci were the openings of the simple tubular gizzard glands, surrounded by loose connective tissue.
The first digit indicates the severity and history of the lesion: 0: no hypoplasia 1: minimal hypoplasia: smooth surface texture and brown white or yellow opaque areas 2: obvious hypoplasia: defined structure loss with dotted and invaginated appearance enamel loss or surface rugosity : obvious hypoplasia asso- ciated with caries 4: restoration at the area usually affected by hypoplasia 5: recurrent caries around the restoration at the area usually affected by hypoplasia 6: excluded tooth: either extracted or restored with a full Crown.
The condition tends to occur in people with deep invaginated umbilicus.
In the conventional radiographs, it is not always possible to determine, with great precision, the relationship between the invaginated portion of the tooth with the chamber and/or the root canals Radiographic examination showing presence of a radiopaque invagination of the enamel and dentine extending till the root apex with a large radiolucent that the suggestive of DI type III and a periradicular lesion [Figure 2].
WK I chose the most wounded and torn-apart of the mythological personae--Orpheus, Medusa, the dismembered ones, the tongue-less ones--and so that identification gave me a feeling of being invaginated or in pieces.
The epidermis invaginated into the dermis in one area.
The inferior segment is the growing follicle is of nearly uniform diameter except at its base where it expands to form the bulb; the base of the bulb is invaginated by a tuft of vascularized loose connective tissue called a dermal papilla (Figure 1).
Ninety-three patients were evaluated by USG, and in all of them an invaginated intestinal segment was seen.