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bilobate

[′bī′lō‚bāt]
(biology)
Divided into two lobes.
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The 26-year-old patient's specific anomalies included: a persistent left superior vena cava draining into the left coronary sinus, an interrupted inferior vena cava, absent azygos vein, bilateral bilobed lungs and polysplenia.
The arrow points to the communication between the bilobed pseudoaneurysm and the internaljugular vein.
Results of the scan revealed an oval, homogeneous, bilobed mass, hyperattenuating and extending from the caudal third of the neck to the left pectoral muscle.
Diagnosis--The largest species of Postcopemys based on its brachydont bunodont molars; also bears the following unique character combination: median mure connected to protocone on M1; m1 with a wide and strongly bilobed procingulum; ectolophid and ectostylid on m1 present; mesolophid well-developed on m1, but short in m2 and not extending to the lingual cingulum.
Of these, 16 cases (10.8%) belonged to type 1 septate subtype, 14 cases (9.5%) to the bilobed or V-shaped subtype, and 36 cases (24.3%) to the Y-shaped subtype.
Bautista-Casasnovas, "Incomplete unilateral polyorchidism (bilobed testicle) mimicking testicular tumour," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
Both forms have promyelocytes with abnormal bilobed nuclei.
However, dysplastic features previously reported in primary hematologic diseases were also revealed in peripheral blood smears: (1) a neutrophil with a closed-loop nucleus, a dysplastic feature reported in myeloproliferative neoplasm [10] (Figure 2D), (2) nuclear projections previously reported in androgen-expressing tumors [11] (Figure 2E), (3) hypersegmented nuclei, a common finding in vitamin B12 or folic acid deficiency (Figure 2F), (4) pseudo-PHA referring to neutrophils with mono- and bilobed nuclei [6, 7] (Figures 2G and 2H), and (5) karyorrhexis, which is a rare finding of dysgranulopoiesis as discussed earlier [5] (Figure 2I).
The leaves of the plant are circular, broad and bilobed at the base and apex reaching 10 to 20 centimeters (cm) in length.