unilocular


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unilocular

[¦yü·nē′läk·yə·lər]
(biology)
Having a single cavity.
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0-12) Radiologic findings 58 Unilocular cyst 34 (59) Multilocular cyst 24 (41) Communication 4 (7) with duct Cyst fluid CEA, mean 6797 (11-64 000) 34 (range), ng/mL Cytology diagnosis 15 Negative 5 (33) Atypical 4 (27) Suspicious 4 (27) Other 2 (13) Abbreviation: CEA, carcinoembryonic antigen.
Unilocular, multilobular and scalloped lesion types were included (10, 2, and 3 patients, respectively).
OMs radiographically appear as multilocular or unilocular radiolucencies.
During the CT scan of the chest in our patient, it was diagnosed in the right posterior mediastinum a unilocular cystic tumor with a sharply defined contour.
MRI reveals a unilocular variable signal intensity cyst on T1WI (low to very high), bright signal on the T2WI and a few rounded, solid protrusions that restrict on DWI and show strong enhancement on the postcontrast sequence (Figure 7B).
On ultrasound exam they present as single unilocular, echo-free cystic structures within lung parenchyma or within the posterior mediastinum.
Cysts may present radiographically as unilocular or multilocular radiolucent areas of various sizes, having smooth or scalloped periphery9.
Radiographic appearance of botryoid cysts can be multilocular or unilocular.
A unilocular (single-chambered) cyst is most predictive of a benign tumor, for example, while acoustic shadows were least predictive; ascites was most predictive of malignancy, while an irregular multilocular-solid tumor with largest diameter was least predictive.
Natural history of sonographically detected simple unilocular adnexal cysts in postmenopausal women.