multilocular


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multilocular

[¦məl·tē′äk·yə·lər]
(biology)
Having many small chambers or vesicles.
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The differential diagnosis for a multilocular, radiolucent lesion in the body of the mandible is ameloblastoma, keratocystic odontogenic tumor (parakeratinizing odontogenic keratocyst), odontogenic myxoma or central giant cell lesion.
Key Words: uterus, leiomyoma, hydropic degeneration, multilocular cyst, smooth muscle uterine neoplasm
Adipocytes could be clearly identified by the presence of lipid vacuoles, as multilocular with small lipid inclusions or as unilocular adipocytes in foci containing single cells or few cells.
These tumors have been reported under various names such as leiomyomatous renal hamartoma, congenital mesoblastic nephroma, cystic hamartoma of the renal pelvis, solitary multilocular cysts of the kidney, multilocular renal cyst with mullerian-like stroma, and adult metanephric stromal tumor (4-12).
Scrotal ultrasound revealed a multilocular appearance of the left scrotum with thick septa surrounding some anechoic areas and some hyper-echoic structures.
Cystic renal cell carcinoma (RCC), multilocular cystic RCC, and primary renal synovial sarcoma constitute malignant cystic neoplasms.
Multilocular disc pores present across anterior and posterior margins of abdominal segments V-VIII, often a few on posterior margin of IV, 0-2 on segment III.
a superior ovary, syncarpous ovary with axile placentation, and capsular multilocular fruits; they are excluded from the Lythraceae by the presence of one or more non-lythracean character states.
Radiographically, CGCG may appear as a unilocular or multilocular radiolucency, the latter exhibiting internal bony septa (4,5,6).
Unicameral bone cyst (UBC), also known as simple bone cyst or solitary bone cyst, as the names implies, is generally a unilocular and solitary lesion, which may appear multilocular.
Radiographs usually show a lytic lesion which may be unilocular or more commonly multilocular.
13) While, Gharbi classification (14) distinguishes hydatid cysts into unilocular (Gharbi type I and H), multilocular (Gharbi type Ill) and degenerated (Gharbi type IV) cysts.