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diffuse

Botany
1. (esp of some creeping stems) spreading loosely over a large area
2. (of plant growth) occurring throughout a tissue
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Entrapped, healthy neurons were evident within the tumor, suggesting a diffusely infiltrating neoplasm (Figure 2, C).
Pathological lymph node (LN) involvement in relation to the lymphatic pathway identified by the fluorescence navigation (FN) system (Case #4); A, B, C: Although pathological examination showed metastasis in the bilateral external iliac and left obturator LNs, there was no strong fluorescence in the regional LNs of the bladder either in vivo or ex vivo; D, E: Pathological examination revealed that urothelial carcinoma (grade 3) had diffusely invaded lymphatic vessels in the bladder; F, G: Urothelial carcinoma infiltrated the bilateral external and left obturator LNs.
Many diseases affect human brain white matter, multifocally or diffusely, in adults and children.
A repeat CT scan in July 2009 revealed a diffusely enlarged left parotid gland with complete resolution of the discrete mass (Fig.
On transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE), left heart chambers were dilated and left ventricle was diffusely hypokinetic with an ejection fraction of 20%.
The frames are designed with integrated lights that directly and diffusely illuminate the surfaces and the surroundings.
The initial abdominal examination revealed a diffusely tender abdomen with no involuntary guarding or rebound tenderness.
They were dispersed diffusely throughout the wood, so he eliminated hickory, oak, ash, and other trees with vessels clustered in bands.
At the beginning of the eighteenth century skin color was far less important and far more diffusely related to group identity than were designations based upon religion and civility.
Female Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA) loss has been difficult to diagnose because women don't develop a pattern like men do, they tend to thin diffusely, and there are many causes for thinning.
The enlarged lymph nodes were sclerotic and diffusely involved by intravascular and extravascular lymphoma.
Immunohistochemistry studies showed diffusely positive S100 protein and immunoreactive perineural capsule with epithelial membrane antigen (Fig.