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lobulated

 [lob´u-lāt″ed]
made up of lobules.

lob·u·late

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

lob·u·late

, lobulated (lob'yū-lāt, -ĕd)
Divided into lobules.
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However, this was a false negative margin and imaging result because this neoplasm demonstrated a discontinuous lobulated growth (separate nodules).
The degree of tumor differentiation has been associated with tumor size.7 Lobulated margin means rugged edge of tumor, which is caused by vascular or bronchial obstruction in the growth process or by non-uniform growth rates of the tumor.
Grossly, MIFS is lobulated and varies from gelatinous to fleshy to firm, often being heterogeneous in color and texture (Figure 1).
Two ill-defined, lobulated surface, solid masses with diameters of 3x2.2x1.5 cm and 3.2x2.5x1.5 cm were removed.
* Condyloma acuminata, commonly called genital warts, are localized human papilloma virus (HPV) infections that appear as discrete, gray to pale pink, lobulated papules that may coalesce to form a large, cauliflower-like mass.
Caption: Figure 4A Figure 4 B Histological features--Haematoxylin and eosin stain demonstrating encapsulated, lobulated fibro-adipose tissue comprising of mature adipocytes which showed no variation in size
A focally ulcerated lobulated tumor mass narrowed the gastric lumen [Figure 2]a and [Figure 2]b.
The left kidney was completely effaced by an irregular, round and lobulated mass measuring 50cm in diameter that was partially covered by blood clots (Figure 1A).
Mammography examination with craniocaudal (CC) and medial lateral oblique (MLO) projections revealed dense mass, situated peripherally at 9 o'clock, with a regular, lobulated contour in the left breast, with no identifiable micro-and macrocalcifications (Figure 1).
Microscopically, one of the fragments corresponds to fibroconnective tissue compressed by nodular and lobulated tumour composed of hyaline cartilaginous, without cellular atypia and with basophilic areas (Figures 1 and 2(A)).
A [sup.99m]Tc-pertechnetate thyroid scan was performed (Figure 1(a)) after discontinuing methimazole for 4 days, which revealed heterogeneous uptake in a large lobulated mass superior to the right lobe of the thyroid.
The biopsy showed chronic myopathic changes with many lobulated fibers and several fibers containing rods, suggesting an adult-onset nemaline myopathy (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)).