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lu·cent

(lū'sent),
Bright; clear; translucent.
[L. luceo, to shine]

lucent

adjective
(1) Radiolucent, see there.
(2) Translucent.

lucent

(loo′sĕnt) [L. lucere, to shine]
Shining, translucent, clear.
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On radiographs, this appears as diffuse reticular and alveolar opacities with scattered rounded lucencies.
In addition, lucencies resulting from removal of tissue can confirm access to the abnormality.
McQuinn BA, O'Leary DH: White matter lucencies on computed tomography, subacute arteriosclerotic encephalopathy (Binswanger's disease), and blood pressure.
Other infrequent manifestations include hepatosplenomegaly, meningo-encephalitis, thrombocytopenia, rubelliform rash, bone lucencies, cryptorchidism and diabetes mellitus.
An SPN containing an air bronchogram, bronchiologram, or cystic lucencies is highly suggestive of bronchogenic carcinoma, specifically adenocarcinoma (Figure 13).
Rib changes include bulbous widening of the posterior ribs, localised lucencies, cortical erosions and the 'rib within rib' picture.
The clinical implications of subchorionic placental lucencies.
had another enhanced cranial CT scan showing resolution of edema but persistent deep white matter lucencies.
Examination with radiography, CTSCAN, or MRI reveals a subcutaneous conglomerate of multiple rounded opacities separated by radiolucent levels (Fibrous septa) imparting a "Chickenwire" pattern of lucencies with distinct fluid levels in some of the nodules.