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pedunculated

 [pe-dung´ku-lāt″ed]
having a peduncle.

pedunculated

[pədung′kyəlā′tid]
Etymology: L, pes, foot
pertaining to a structure with a stalk or peduncle.

pedunculated

adjective Bearing or containing a stalk.

pedunculated

On a stalk. Compare with SESSILE.

pedunculated (pədung´kyəlā´tid),

adj referring to a lesion attached with a narrow, stalklike base.

pedunculated

having a peduncle or stalk.
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There are 2 types of Pyogenic granuloma--Lobular capillary hemangioma (LCH) sessile form (66%) & Non--LCH pedunculated form (77%).
The warts may be sensitive to touch, pedunculated, have a soft base or a hollowed-out centre and may also split and bleed easily.
The pedunculated nodule had a lobular appearance, generally the same color as surrounding tissue, with some areas exhibiting a bluish red hue.
Researchers compared 184 consecutive patients with sessile colorectal polyps 2 cm or larger with another 184 consecutive controls with smaller sessile or pedunculated polyps.
Also, the determination of when to remove pedunculated polyps less than 2cm in size endoscopically rather than surgically is a measurable standard.
They vary in size, but are usually less than 1cm in diameter, tend to be pedunculated (like being on small stalks) and are smooth, soft and solid.
Adenomatous polyps range in size from small, often pedunculated (stalk-like) lesions, to large usually sessile (fiat) forms.
The SP generally presents as a solitary, soft, pedunculated mass with a papillary surface and is most commonly found on the palatal complex and tongue.
If you have found those pesky little pedunculated skintags on your body, you might be interested in a recent study done at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Miami.
Reader and standalone testing was conducted using exams containing various types of polyps including sessile, flat and pedunculated, and on patients prepped using different methodologies.
Tentative diagnosis is made by recognizing a rapidly growing pedunculated or sessile mass characterized by a friable surface, bleeding tendency, and an ulceration covered with whitish slough.
There is a greater risk in giant hemangiomas of complications like inflammatory changes, intralesional hemorrhage, intraperitoneal hemorrhage or volvulus, in the case of pedunculated hemangiomas.