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macroscopic

1. large enough to be visible to the naked eye
2. Physics capable of being described by the statistical properties of a large number of parts

macroscopic

[¦mak·rə¦skäp·ik]
(science and technology)
Large enough to be observed by the naked eye.

macroscopic

Visible to the unaided eye.
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This could mean that though the tumor regressed macroscopically after neoadjuvant chemotherapy, there could have been microscopic disease (diluted margins) [Table 5].
Is microscopic assessment of macroscopically normal hysterectomy specimens necessary J Clin Pathol 2002; 55:67-8.
Red deer with macroscopically visible lesions (purulent abscesses varying remarkably in size) were all M.
Seventy-six and half percent (52 of 68) of the macroscopically inflamed appendices were found to be HAA (92.
Three months later, more than 80% of the cockatiels (8/9) and rose-ringed parakeets (6/7) had no macroscopically visible sequelae resulting from the first endoscopy.
We support the state that the treatment goal is the achievement of macroscopically negative margins and the resection of adjacent organs has to be performed only in cases with their certain infiltration and dysfunction.
The function [PHI](x) is called macroscopically homogeneous (or stationary in the strict sense), if [PHI](x) is invariant with respect to translations, i.
Partially-spawning females: This stage is macroscopically equal to spawning stage, orange in colour and a flaccid texture.
Coherences are the macroscopically observable behavior of quantum superpositions.
Studied rocks were not macroscopically deformed by cracks (fissures) before the experiments were started.
Macroscopically, the hypopharynx showed a polypoidal tumour measuring 50 x 32 x 21 mm in dimensions.