trabeculation

trabeculation

 [trah-bek″u-la´shun]
the formation of trabeculae in a part.

tra·bec·u·la·tion

(tră-bek'yū-lā'shŭn),
1. The occurrence of trabeculae in the walls of an organ or part.
2. The process of forming trabeculae, as in spongy bone.

trabeculation

The formation of ridges on a surface.

trabeculation

the formation of trabeculae in a part.
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Three patients had bladder stones and 1 patient had severe trabeculation.
Signal transduction in early heart development (II): ventricular chamber specification, trabeculation, and heart valve formation.
This second type of diffuse pulmonary ossification reflects linear/branching high attenuation along the interstitium and is more reminiscent of bony trabeculation.
Endosteal scalloping of an affected bone may be present with suggestive, coarse trabeculation within the lesion (Figure 5, A).
This result was largely unremarkable with normal kidneys and ureters and only slight trabeculation of the bladder mucosa.
The radiographs indicated general reduced trabeculation and reduced radioopacity of lamina dura characteristic of rickets.
This finding, known as a trabeculation, is common in patients with overactive bladder and also can be seen in patients with outlet obstruction.
3) Schantz and Castleman have described the importance of identifying a discrete fibrous capsule with trabeculation, the presence of mitosis, invasion of the capsule and adjacent soft tissue, and angioinvasio n; these are the classic features that point to a firm diagnosis of carcinoma.
LVNC is predominately a genetic condition that is characterized by excessive trabeculation of the left ventricular wall and is frequently associated with heart failure, arrhythmias and thromboembolic events.
Cystoscopy was performed, which revealed a large median lobe with an obstructing prostate and moderate trabeculation of the bladder.
Repeat echocardiogram showed excessive trabeculation of the left ventricular endocardium, consistent with a diagnosis of left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC) (Figure).