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macroscopic

 [mak″ro-skop´ik]
of large size; visible to the unaided eye.

mac·ro·scop·ic

(mak'rō-skop'ik),
1. Of a size visible with the unaided eye or without the use of a microscope.
2. Relating to macroscopy.

macroscopic

(măk′rə-skŏp′ĭk) also

macroscopical

(-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Large enough to be perceived or examined by the unaided eye.
2. Relating to observations made by the unaided eye.

mac′ro·scop′i·cal·ly adv.

macroscopic

adjective Referring to a thing large enough to see with the naked eye.

mac·ro·scop·ic

(mak'rō-skop'ik)
1. Of a size visible with the naked eye or without the use of a microscope.
2. Relating to macroscopy.

macroscopic

Visible to the naked eye.

mac·ro·scop·ic

(mak'rō-skop'ik)
1. Of a size visible with the naked eye or without the use of a microscope.
2. Relating to macroscopy.
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Caption: Figure 1: Macroscopically, this polyp appeared white, fibrous, fasciculate (glandular component, double arrow), and focally yellow (one arrow).
Caption: Figure 3: (a) and (b) Macroscopically, 7 x 5.5 x 4 cm ectopic liver adenoma in the gallbladder fundus serosa with no connection to the mother liver.
On pathological examination, 1.4x1-cm polypoid lesion covered with mucosa was observed macroscopically. Microscopic examination revealed a tumor consisting of fusiform cells including mitosis, ulceration, focal necrosis, and pleomorphism on the surface.
Macroscopically, four oval, well-formed, white nodules were found in the subcutaneous tissue.
In preclinical tendinopathy models, SM04755 reduced inflammation, inhibited fibrotic markers, increased tendon regeneration markers, and improved tendon structure microscopically and macroscopically.
Macroscopically, leiomyoma can reach up to 10-12 cm in diameter without being invasive.
[1] suggested that benign and aggressive cholesterol granulomas are often macroscopically distinct.