trabecular pattern


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trabecular pattern

[trəbek′yələr]
Etymology: L, little beam
an irregular meshwork of stress and stress-related struts within a cancellous bone.
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Trabecular pattern

trabecular pattern

The arrangement of the trabeculae of bone in relation to marrow spaces.
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Tumour in Trabecular Pattern with Intratrabecular Hyalinisation, Haematoxylin & Eosin (H&E), 10x
Useful features for differentiating HCC from metastasis include trabecular pattern with small capillaries transgressing clusters of tumor cells, hepatocytic cells, bile pigment, intranuclear inclusions, and atypical stripped nuclei.
The ra diographs should reveal a thin delicate trabecular pattern throughout the radiolucent area and the cavity should show clinical evidence of progressive reduction in size resulting in need to reduce the length of cannula several times.
Stromal tissue surrounding the semicircular bone formed gland lumina, which differed from the trabecular pattern seen elsewhere, and included two cell types, A and B (figure 2).
Estimation of skeletal bone mineral density by jeans of the trabecular pattern of the alveolar bone, its interdental thickness, and then bone mass of the mandible.
There is generalized increase in bone density with obliteration of normal trabecular pattern and little or no differentiation between cortical and medullary portions.
008), and trabecular pattern, a generally uncommon feature, was observed only in biologically benign tumors (P = .
The tumor cells are arranged in a variety of patterns, with the trabecular pattern being quite common.