lobule

(redirected from Lobules)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

lobule

[′läb·yül]
(biology)
A small lobe.
A division of a lobe.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sections of liver of rats given paracetamol and Sum, and Sup extracts showed the hepatic lobules that appeared more or less like control (Fig.
In the current study also when lagenaria siceraria was given to the animals after exposure to heavy metal toxicity the disruption of lobules of liver and the increase in their size was reduced (table-II and III).
It is clinically characterized by slow-growing dermal nodule and histologically by the well-circumscribed dermal epithelial lobules composed of polygonal clear cells and small darker cells.1 We, hereby, describe a case of nodular hidradenoma affecting the unusual region of the scalp in a male patient at young age.
Histopathological Analysis showing Mature Adipocytes arranged in Lobules with Vascularised Collagenous Septae
Compared to older adults, young adults showed decreased recruitment of the left inferior parietal lobule after training compared to before physical training (Figure 3).
(a) TPEF image (color-coded red) of epithelial cells in lobule, collagen bundles, and blood vessel in stroma; (b) SHG image (color-coded green) of collagen bundles in stroma and collagen fibers inside lobule; (c) the overlaid image of TPEF and SHG; (d) the corresponding H&E stained image; white arrows, pink arrows, and blue arrows indicate mammary lobule, stroma, and the blood vessel, respectively.
The auricular lobule has an important place in face and ear aesthetics.
Lobules are formed by sperm cells synchronously developing (i.e., at the same stage of spermatogenesis; Fig.
The parenchymal components included lobule architecture, nature of acini and its nucleus, ductal epithelium and their nuclei and the myoepithelial cells.
There is little information on the repair of dilated ear lobules; however, given the increasing popularity of ear piercing among youths, this repair is increasingly performed to restore the natural ear appearance and shape for aesthetic and social reasons.