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pedunculated

 [pe-dung´ku-lāt″ed]
having a peduncle.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

pedunculated

adjective Bearing or containing a stalk.
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pedunculated

On a stalk. Compare with SESSILE.
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Nili et al., "Surgical removal of echocardiographically detected multiple pedunculated and mobile left ventricular thrombi in acute myocardial infarction," Israel Journal of Medical Sciences, vol.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Macroscopic appearance of the resected specimen, showing a 3 cm pedunculated polyp.
Views of a pedunculated homogenous mass (16x20 mm) mobile with tricuspid valve suspected to be a thrombus in the right ventricle (RV) with increased thickness and echogenity
They usually appear intramurally our case presented intraluminally as a pedunculated mass with sudden onset symptoms of nausea and vomiting as opposed to the usual non-specific, longer duration symptoms of dysphagia, pain and weight loss (3).
Within the ureteropelvic junction was a 3.0 X 2.5 X 1.7-cm, pedunculated, ovoid mass with tan-white cut surfaces that caused mild proximal hydronephrosis.
In a post hoc analysis, the researchers also tested to see whether diabetes, lung disease, coronary artery disease, or polyp type (sessile versus pedunculated) were related to postprocedure hemorrhage.
The results stand in contrast to studies finding that hypertension, polyp location, and sessile (as opposed to pedunculated) polyps were risk factors for delayed bleeding, wrote Dr.
Intramural fibroids constituted 41% of the myomas; 37% were subserosal; 14% were submucosal; and 7% were pedunculated. Among the nonpedunculated fibroids, 61% were in the corpus, 31% in the fundus, and 8% in the lower uterine segment or cervix.
* BACKGROUND Endometrial biopsy has been reported to sample only a small percentage of the endometrial tissue with a lower sensitivity for focal and pedunculated lesions.
In the right nasal cavity, there was a pedunculated, purplish, irregular necrotic mass which bleeds on touch originating from a region near the base at the posterior one-third of the nasal septum (Figure 1b).
Similar dermal collections of adipocytes on histopathologic examination are also present in some melanocytic nevi, pedunculated lipofibromas, and in Goltz syndrome.