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punctate

 [pungk´tāt]
spotted; marked with points or punctures.

punc·tate

(pŭngk'tāt),
Marked with points or dots differentiated from the surrounding surface by color, elevation, or texture.
[L. punctum, a point]

punctate

/punc·tate/ (punk´tāt) spotted; marked with points or punctures.

punctate

[pungk′tāt]
Etymology: L, punctum, point
marked with elevated or colored dots or punctures.

punc·tate

(pŭngk'tāt)
Marked with points or dots differentiated from the surrounding surface by color, elevation, or texture.
[L. punctum, a point]

punctate

(of plant structures) dotted or pitted.

punctate (pungk´tāt),

n indicated with dots or points distinguished from the adjacent region by elevation, texture, or color.

punctate

spotted; marked with points or punctures.
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In spiny keratoderma, also called punctate porokeratosis of the palms and soles, lesions protrude more and resemble "music box spines.
8% of the patients with lymphadenopathy, and 75% of the patients with punctate staining.
The clinical characterization of these cases showed that 153 had epithelial keratitis and 81 stromal infiltrations, 92 cases presented with dendritic ulcer, 20 had geographic, and 23 had superficial punctate keratitis.
sup][4] Punctate and linear enhancement lesions were identified in cortical and subcortical regions on contrast T1-weighted images [Figure 1], which meant transient breakdown of the blood-brain barrier.
The corneal complications like punctate epithelial defects, dry spots, mucus plaques, corneal inflammation, infiltration, vascularization, marginal furrows or central corneal crater, thinning, perforation, corneal melting are difficult to treat and often unresponsive to treatment.
Description: Miospore, trilete, amb circular to subcircular, lete distinct, arms of lete never extending 3/4 spore radius, labra well developed, raised, translucent uniform up to 4 m broad, 2 m high, contact area indistinct in few specimens may be masked by dark uniform exinal folds parallel to lete, exine up to 1 m thick, infra punctate to intra punctate, punctae more pronounced and dominant around Y'' marking and equator, compressional folds common usually confined to the distal hemisphere.
I learned that the detached retina I had suered 13 years earlier had actually been caused by this rare condition called Punctate Inner Choroidopathy (PIC), which is a form of uveitis.
rugosa shows an interesting sexual dimorphism which is absent in all related Anomala species: the elytra of females are densely punctate and partly rugose, with distinct minute setae.
Uncomplicated disease was graded as mild;blepharitis associated with dry eyes was moderate whereas presence of trichiasis, papillary conjunctivitis or inferior punctate corneal erosions was severe disease.
Specialists of Karakol antiplague department took blood counts and punctate from a bubo of the teenager who supposedly died from plague.