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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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Clinically multiple or classical forms appear as groups of multiple, nontender, soft, pedunculated, cerebriform, yellowish or skin-coloured papules, nodules, or plaques, [11] as seen in our case.
Pedunculated hamartomatous polyp of palatine tonsil in a child: A new presentation.
52 x length x width x depth) Location (*) Enhancement (*) Stalk diameter in pedunculated fibroids Uterine arteries Number, site of origin and size Ovarian arteries Number, site of origin and size Suggested projection angle For each uterine artery Coexistence of adenomyosis Classified as focal or diffuse Additional pelvic pathologies e.
In the abdominal cavity, numerous sessile and pedunculated variable-sized masses are widespread throughout the peritoneum, mainly on the hepatic capsule, and greater and lesser omentum.
In the duodenum, lipomas occur mostly in the second part, often in the submucosal plane, but can also be subserosal, sessile, or pedunculated.
The case we have presented is similar to the aforementioned cases, but the bladder metastasis presented as a large, irregular, pedunculated mass invasive to the bladder.
The bulk of the fibroid was pedunculated making myomectomy an easy option.
8) The lesion may be sessile or pedunculated with pink, firm consistency and a smooth lobulated surface from a few millimeters to 9 cm.
The only false negative was the ovarian carcinoma of a middle-aged female incorrectly categorised as a pedunculated fibroid with areas of cystic degeneration.
The lesion is generally pedunculated, but it may instead be sessile.