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mor·pho·log·ic

(mōr'fō-loj'ik),
Relating to morphology.

mor·pho·log·ic

, morphological (mōr'fō-loj'ik, -al)
Relating to morphology.
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Drs Khani and Robinson review what is known about precursors of prostate cancer, bladder cancer, renal carcinoma, and testicular cancer from a morphologic and molecular point of view.
TABLE 1: SKELETAL MORPHOLOGIC STRUCTURE OF AOB (LINEAR MEASUREMENTS)
Years of training and clinical experience are required for a pathologist to confidently recognize morphologic dysplasia, and there are other conditions which can look similar to the dysplasia found in MDS.
In the reported case, mpMRI showed an extensive PA with neuroendocrine differentiation, with similar signal intensity to that of PA on morphologic T2WI, DWI, and DCE imaging; the lesion involved the peripheral zone of the prostate and infiltrated adjacent anatomical structures.
The systems that are currently used for the classification of psychiatric diseases have descriptive characteristics such as the morphologic classification of Linnaeus.
Morphologic abnormalities in the psoriasis population decreased significantly, from 30% (39 of 130) at baseline to 17.
A transthoracic echocardiogram demonstrated that the four chambers were dilated, and the ejection fraction of the morphologic right ventricle was estimated of 20%.
Morphologic and ecological types (life forms) have been analyzed.
latum by morphologic characteristics (11-13; Table) and molecular markers (14,15).
5 T MRI in the back-lying position to assess femoroacetabular morphologic features and lesions.