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lobulated

 [lob´u-lāt″ed]
made up of lobules.

lob·u·late

, lobulated (lob'yū-lāt, -ed),
Divided into lobules.

lobulated

/lob·u·lat·ed/ (lob´ūl-āt-id) made up of lobules.

lob·u·late

, lobulated (lob'yū-lāt, -ĕd)
Divided into lobules.

lobulated

made up of lobules.
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Caption: Figure 4: The cut surface of the gross specimen shows a circumscribed, yellow to tan, lobulated mass.
Placental teratoma presenting as a lobulated mass behind the neck of fetus: a case report.
Histopathological examination revealed a lobulated tumour consisting of tumour cells showing sebaceous differentiation with palisaded germinative cell nests at the periphery fair amount of mitotic activity (maximum 7/10HPF) and cell nests containing central eosinophilic degenerated material and focally surrounded by lymphoid cells.
A trans-vaginal ultrasound revealed an enlarged lobulated uterus; a subcutaneous myoma extended to the right labia majora with inferior circumferential perirectal and perianal extension.
Upon physical examination, a hard lobulated mass in the proximal urethra was palpated.
On examination, a firm, lobulated 3,5 cm x 3 cm lesion was noted.
The swelling was diffuse and lobulated with no secondary changes, no rise in local temperature, non- tender and was firm in consistency.
CT scan reported the presence of a large lobulated, well-defined, calcified left tonsillar mass measuring 1.
Axial (Figure 3a) and reformatted coronal (Figure 3b) CT scan bone window images demonstrated a large lobulated, bony mass attached to the buccal and lingual surface of the body, ramus, angle and inferior border of right mandible.
1) Lobulated, oval, dense masses filling the hilar points on the frontal chest radiograph (Fig.
Results of whole-body radiographs taken with the bird under general anesthesia approximately 24 hours after presentation revealed that the cardiac silhouette was enlarged and lobulated (Fig 1).