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lobule

[′läb·yül]
(biology)
A small lobe.
A division of a lobe.
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Gross image showed a relative well defined non-encapsulated mass (a) with a lobulated, white, solid and cystic appearance on cut surface (b)
Caption: Figure 3: Photomicrograph showing lobulated mass of cartilaginous tissue (H&E, 10x).
Caption: FIGURE 1: Left inframammary area with a 1.5-cm, exophytic, lobulated, pink to skin-colored nodule surrounded by a hyperpigmented patch.
Caption: Figure 6: STIR (short tau inversion recovery) weighted MRI showing a homogeneously lobulated, hyperintense lesion with multiple fluid-fluid levels.
Caption: Figure 3: MRI of the chest showing lobulated mass lesion heterogeneously hypointense on Tl-weighted images (arrow) (a), and hyperintense on T2-weighted images (arrow) (b).
The hernia sac contained at least nine ovoid, circumscribed, separate, lobulated masses ranging from 2 to 8 cm in size tracking along the spermatic cord.
Tumor margins: In the LD group, 70.8% of the margins were lobulated, which significantly exceeded that of the HD group (30.4%) (P0.05) (Table-I).
By imaging, MIFS typically presents as a diffusely enhancing, lobulated, subcutaneous mass with nonspecific magnetic resonance imaging features suggestive of either a benign or malignant process.
(7) Nodular hyperplasia can be defined as a proliferation of mucinous acini with a preserved duct-acini ratio, as seen in a normal gland, without capsulation and with a lobulated or irregular contour.
Histologic evaluation of the mass confirmed representation of encapsulated, lobulated fibro-adipose tissue comprising of mature adipocytes which showed no variation in size.
Its cut surface was lobulated, grayish-white, and glistening [Figure 1]b.