umbilicate


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um·bil·i·cate

, umbilicated (ŭm-bil'i-kāt, -kāt-ed),
Of navel shape; pitlike; dimpled.
[L. umbilicatus]
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umbilicate

(ŭm-bĭl′ĭ-kĭt) also

umbilicated

(-kā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having a central mark or depression resembling a navel.
2. Having a navel.

um·bil′i·ca′tion n.
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um·bil·i·cate

, umbilicated (ŭm-bil'i-kāt, -kāt-ĕd)
Of navel shape; pitlike; dimpled.
[L. umbilicatus]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

umbilicate

(ŭm-bĭl′ĭ-kāt) [L. umbilicatus, dimpled]
Dimpled, pitted, or shaped like a navel. Said of the appearance of certain rashes, such as molluscum contagiosum.umbilicated, adjective
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Head shallowly convex, vaguely longitudinally impressed at median; punctation dense, punctures separated by <0.3X own diameter, umbilicate. Frontal margin narrowly shelf-like, slightly reflexed, obtusely carinate, carina shallowly sinuate in anterior view.
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