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septate

 [sep´tāt]
divided by a septum.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt),
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

/sep·tate/ (sep´tāt) divided by a septum.

septate

(sĕp′tāt′)
adj.
Divided by a septum or septa.

septate

[sep′tāt]
pertaining to a structure divided by a septum.

septate

adjective Referring to or characterised by septa; divided, as by a septa.

sep·tate

(sep'tāt)
Having a septum; divided into compartments.
[L. saeptum, septum]

septate

Having a partition (SEPTUM) or several partitions (septa).

septate

compartmented

septate

divided by a septum or septa.
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Aged culture completely black with no aerial mycelium on Potato dextrose agar Microscopic characteristics such as brownish black septate mycelium and dark brown beaked conidia with transverse and longitudinal septation of A.
1) Depending on the size of the effusion, the operator can also identify the collapsed lung in the effusion or the presence of septations (Fig.
Transabdominal ultrasounds scan showed a pelvic simple cystic mass measuring 74 mm x 70 mm with clear fluid and without solid components or septations.
In select areas, the signal was somewhat heterogeneous, with multiple, irregular, intervening septations.
On histologic examination, the trachea was effaced by a focally extensive area of mixed inflammation to the level of the tracheal rings, and a fungal granuloma composed of fungal hyphae with internal septations and branching was present.
On ultrasound, these are generally thin-walled (less than 3 mm), have oval shaped or circular walls, no solid components, no septations, and no internal vascular activity, Dr.
16 sinuses (80%) had multiple septations and 4 sinuses (20%) had a single septum.
CT scan, with the use of intravenous contrast media, showed a 2 X 3 cm, well-defined, rounded cystic mass with a few septations (Fig.
In recent reports, the use of transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy showed bacteria in the stratum corneum with typical transversal septations.
At least one retrospective study suggested that the presence of septations on sonography predicted the need for intervention in the pleural space (J.