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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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This problem may be solved by correlation and interpretation of configuration of fascicular organization longitudinally and in transverse sections" (Stewart).
The cutaneous epithelioid angiomatous nodule is well circumscribed and is positive for CD34 immunohistochemical stain, and EHE has a distinct cordlike to nested growth pattern embedded in a myxohyaline matrix that differs from the sheetlike and fascicular growth patterns of PH.
The sequences in this technique uses fat suppression, which further enables the assessment of specific nerve morphological features such as calibre, internal fascicular pattern and the amount of perineurial--endoneurial fluid (39).
Human distal sciatic nerve fascicular anatomy: Implications for ankle control using nerve-cuff electrodes.
have reported in their study that schwannomas had in large proportion fascicular involvement that would consequently lead to distal neurological deficit because fascicular involvement could not be identified preoperatively (3).
Microscopic examination of urethral MMs demonstrates a wide histologic spectrum with diffuse, nested, fascicular and storiform patterns of pleomorphic cells [10].
[5-7] Their growth is eccentric and non-infiltrating, can often be excised with or with only minimal damage to the fascicular structure.
Micropropagation of mature Calabrian pine (Pinus bnitia Ten.) from fascicular buds.
Electrocardiogram when the patient was 35 years old showed sinus rhythm at a rate of 83 beats per minute, right bundle branch block, and left posterior fascicular block.
The patient was diagnosed with partial fascicular oculomotor paresis caused by a pontine stroke affecting the MLF.
Microscopically, they are non-atypical or less atypical tumors consisting of well-circumscribed crossing fascicular structures and having no mitotic activity.
Histologically, EBV-associated smooth muscle tumors consist of a fascicular arrangement of relatively well-differentiated smooth muscle cells with brightly eosinophilic cytoplasm and elongated, blunt-ended nuclei exhibiting variable atypia [18].