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1. white plaques of hyalinized fibrous tissue situated in the epicardium overlying the right ventricle of the heart where it is not covered by lung; Synonym(s): soldier's patches
2. white macroscopic areas in the omentum, due to accumulation of macrophages and lymphocytes.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012Large whitish patches on the left ventricular epicardium seen by gross examination in idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, which correspond to fibrosis due to long-standing focal hypoxia; milk spots on right epicardium are incidental autopsy findings, possibly due to healed pericarditis
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