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monomorphic

[¦män·ə¦mȯr·fik]
(biology)
Having or exhibiting only a single form.
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basitruncatum fungemia in a patient with acute leukemia, the only example of a clinical strain in the clade with monomorphic Graphium species showing association with bark beetle communities.
Histologically both tumors have cystic and solid areas with monomorphic tumor cells.
Out of these, five variations were found monomorphic for mutant allele.
Remaining twenty-three markers were found to be monomorphic among the parental lines and hybrid studied.
Most importantly, an oncocytoma on a core biopsy typically has relatively monomorphic, bland, round nuclei (Figure 3, A).
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7%) patients with syncope, 13(37%) had positive Holter findings including monomorphic PVC's 6(17%), wandering pacemaker 4(11.
QT prolongation and monomorphic VT caused by pheochromocytoma.
Before the sodium polystyrene sulfonate and while the patient was still in the emergency department, he had a 30-second run of a different monomorphic wide-QRS tachycardia and briefly lost consciousness (Figure 2).
The current PTLD classification was defined in 2008 by the WHO and is based on the histopathological findings of the tumor (4); this classification divides it into four categories: early lesions, monomorphic, polymorphic, and Hodgkin lymphoma.