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lam·el·lar

(lam'ĕ-lăr, lă-mel'ăr),
1. Arranged in thin plates or scales. Synonym(s): lamellate, lamellated
2. Relating to lamellae.

lamellated

/lam·el·lat·ed/ (lam´ĕ-lāt″ed)
1. having, composed of, or arranged in lamellae.
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Each cell may have an individual distinct firm and lamellated or homogenous sheath.
2) Compact osteoma (also known as osteoma eburneum), as seen in our patient, is composed of dense lamellated bone and is the most common type of osteoma.
Conventional radiographs may reveal calcified stones in a lamellated pattern in the lower right quadrant.
The most useful radiographic-finding that suggests Meckel's diverticulum as the cause of obstruction is lamellated calcification in the right lower quadrant.
Such glomeruli usually have wrinkled, frequently lamellated, Bowman capsule basement membrane (Figure 1, B).
The interstitial-type collagen may be present outside the Bowman capsular basement membrane, between layers of the lamellated basement membrane, or even inside the Bowman capsular basement membrane (Figure 2, A through C).
Other frequent findings in sarcoidosis are concentric, lamellated fibrosis around granulomas (Figure 5, B), hyalinization of and within granulomas, granulomatous vasculitis,36,98 absence of granulomas within air spaces, absence of organizing pneumonia, and absence of interstitial inflammation away from the granulomas.
Calcifications in meningioma are smaller, round, and lamellated in contrast to the large, irregular calcifications of CPN.
An elastin stain of the papillae demonstrated a central, loosely lamellated elastic tissue core with tapering rudimentary elastin fibers located toward the periphery (Figure 3).
Its microscopic characteristics are of a thick, green to gray, lamellated aggregate of dense inflammatory cells, mostly eosinophils and some neutrophils, in a background of tenacious-appearing gray mucus, serum, and Charcot crystals.