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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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The tumor was composed of spindle to epithelioid cells, arranged in a solid sheetlike or fascicular growth pattern, showing focal prominent nuclear pleomorphism and granular cytoplasm (Figure 2, B).
Transverse view showing normal speckled fascicular pattern (thin arrow) of ulnar nerve 2 cms below medial epicondyle surrounded by hyperechoic perineurium (thick arrow).
2]) Caption: VL Fascicular Length (FL); Relative Fascicular Length (RFL); VL Pennation Angle (PA); VL Muscle Thickness (MT); Patellar Tendon Length (PTL); Patellar Tendon Cross Section Area (PTCSA); [DELTA] % change between pre-training and post-training; * P<0.
The bands of laticifers sometimes cross rays rather than being confined to fascicular xylem.
Fibroblastic meningioma containing spindle-shaped tumor cell in storiform and fascicular pattern, and sometimes containing crystalline structure rich in tyrosine is noted.
Una vez es extraido el diente, el hueso fascicular sufre un proceso de remodelacion, lo cual lleva a la reduccion de las dimensiones vertical y horizontal de la cresta alveolar; y mientras el coagulo de sangre es remplazado por una matriz provisional y hueso reticular, las paredes del alveolo son reabsorbidas y gradualmente remodeladas.
Present case lacked the gross fusiform nerve expansion and "bag of worm" appearance as well as multiple fascicular arrangements of tortuous nerves histopathologically, which is characteristic of plexiform NF [9].
Microscopic examination revealed spindle cell proliferation with a fascicular pattern admixed with inflammatory cells on a myxoid background (Figure 2).
Reconditioning of the stumps, that is, removal of scar tissue and trimming to healthy fascicular structures, resulted in a gap of approximately 25 mm.
water parsley Apocynaceae Dogbane Family Asclepias fascicular is Decne.
The direct nerve repair/neurorrhaphy surgery segment is further categorized into epineural repair, perineural repair, and group fascicular repair.
Histologically, the tumour was composed of contiguous sheets of fibroblastic spindle cells with nuclear atypia, often organized in a fascicular pattern, and sheets of back-to-back round lipoblastomatous cells with vacuolated cytoplasm (Fig.