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umbilicated

 [um-bil´ĭ-kāt″ed]
marked by depressed spots resembling the umbilicus.

um·bil·i·cate

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

um·bil·i·cate

, umbilicated (ŭm-bil'i-kāt, -kāt-ĕd)
Of navel shape; pitlike; dimpled.
[L. umbilicatus]
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Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a skin disorder that is caused by molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV1-4), subtype of poxvirus and frequently seen in children.1,2 It is characterised by 3 to 5 mm umbilicated papules that appear on the face, trunk, and extremities.
neoformans and not the umbilicated rash of molluscum contagiosum that it resembled.
Re-examination on June 28 revealed 11 umbilicated lesions: eight previously noted on the penis, one previously noted on the arm, and two new lesions on the groin.
Within days, umbilicated lesions covered more than 50% of the child's body and he required mechanical ventilation.
May be umbilicated and become confluent Adapted from Rustad et al 1990, (5) Kong et al 2004, (7) Asadi 2003, (9) Habit 2004, (11) and Osman et al 1992.
The pustules eventually umbilicated before crusting over, and an eschar was seen in some lesions.
The lesions are classically represented by umbilicated papules, which may enlarge to 10 mm, regressing into a broad, shallow, cup-shaped epidermal invagination with degenerated basophilic collagen bundles (see Figure 3).
A bad Xerox: complexion an eraser-smudge grey; hair in umbilicated cornrows, lips a piebald swirl--pink and brown.
For her there is something 'infernal' in Juliet's supplication to night; her love, for all its transparent self-awareness, has a 'sombre blindness' about it; her desire is 'closely umbilicated' with death.
Eutrephoceras perlatus (Morton 1834) from the Cretaceous Prairie Bluff Chalk of Alabama is similar in size and suture, but is not an umbilicated species, as are the Ozan Formation individuals.
It can present as an umbilicated lesion with cystic or solid consistency.
Inclusion criteria were CD4 cells <200/[mm.sup.3], fever and cough of [greater than or equal to] 2 weeks' duration, weight loss, asthenia, and histoplasmosis-like skin manifestations (i.e., ulcerative lesions and/or umbilicated papules or nodules and/or pustules).