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marginate

(mär′jə-nāt′)
tr.v. margin·ated, margin·ating, margin·ates
1. To provide with or be a margin to; border.
2. To add margin to (a stock portfolio).
adj. marginate (-nĭt, -nāt) also marginated (-nā′tĭd)
Biology Having a distinct border or edge.

mar′gin·a′tion n.
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In this case, uncommon clinical and radiographic findings at presentation, including a well-defined smoothly marginated purely sclerotic lesion in a middle aged patient without complex periosteal reaction in an extremely rare location, may have contributed to diagnostic uncertainty.
(%) ([dagger]) Prominent nucleoli 141 (94) 25 (25) <.001 Marginated nucleoli 132 (88) 7 (7) <.001 Multiple nucleoli 96 (64) 0 <.001 Blue-tinged mucinous secretions 78 (52) 0 <.001 Intraluminal crystalloids 61 (40.6) 1 (1) <.001 Intraluminal amorphous eosinophilic material 130 (86.7) 2 (2) <.001 Collagenous micronodules 3 (2) 0 .28 Glomerulations 23 (15.3) 0 <.001 Perineural invasion 33 (22) 0 <.001 3+/4+ retraction clefting 58 (38.6) 7 (7) <.001 Invasion of adipose tissue 1 (0.7) 0 >.99 * Frequency in neoplastic acini only.
(27) Another well marginated, irregular, CSF density lesion in cerebellopontine angle had features similar to that of epidermoid cyst.
Specific CT scan characteristic of mature mesenteric cystic teratoma is a well marginated mass with one or more cystic components of varying proportions, frequently processing areas of calcification or fat.
The chest radiograph shows a large left mediastinal soft tissue mass with smoothly marginated borders and no calcification (Figure 1A).
The typical CT appearance of EMH is smoothly marginated, soft-tissue masses with homogeneous enhancement along the paravertebral regions.
At CT, it appears as a soft-tissue mass, either sharply marginated, as most commonly seen in abdominal-wall tumours, or with ill-defined infiltrative margins, as seen in extra-abdominal or mesenteric tumours.
Tenders are invited for Under the human capital operational program 2014-2020 call code pocu / 20/4/2 / reducing the number of marginalized (non-roma) communities at risk of poverty and social exclusion through the implementation of integrated measures, priority axis 4 social inclusion and poverty fighting, component 1 integrated local development (dli 360) in marginated communities, specific objective 4
When examined with contact polarized dermoscopy, the papules were white and poorly marginated (Fig.
Results of a contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) scan revealed a tubular, irregularly marginated structure along the medial aspect of the duodenum, consistent with an inflamed pancreas.
Hypertrophied astrocytes with scant cytoplasm, vesicular nucleus, marginated chromatin were frequently observed in pairs (Alzheimer type II astrocytes); and also severe vacuolization in the white matter of the brain, cerebellum and brain stem (spongiosis) was found (FIG.
Grossly, lesions are well marginated. Microscopically, lesions are low to moderately cellular, and consist of bland spindle or stellate-shaped cells in a myxoid to collagenous matrix (Figure 2, B).