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nodular

[′näj·ə·lər]
(science and technology)
Occurring in the form of small, rounded lumps.
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The objective of this study was to explore a novel dynamic mechanical model for the semi-IPNs of linear PEI and crosslinked dicyanate resin showing nodular structure.
The histological features were compatible with nodular hidadenoma.
Browsing recent literature, there is no mention of the prevalence and incidence of Bartholin's gland nodular hyperplasia since only 36 cases are reported in the modern English-language literature.
The study revealed nodular lesions isointense to gray matter on all pulse sequences seen along lateral margins of bodies, frontal, and occipital horns of bilateral lateral ventricles consistent with subependymal gray matter heterotopias [Figure 1].
Figure7 shows primary nodular graphite nucleated in pearlitic phase while flake graphite nucleated in ferrite phase during solidification after casting [3] [4].
HPE diagnosis revealed that the most common lesion was colloid nodule (35%) followed by nodular goitre (32%), benign follicular adenoma (15%); 8 out of 32 NG cases were showing adenomatous hyperplasia; 13% of cases were papillary carcinoma and 1 case was reported as marginal B cell lymphoma.
Palabras clave: tumor; higado; hiperplasia nodular focal.
Focal nodular hyperplasia is subdivided into 2 types: classic (80%) and non-classic (20%).
Lung involvement by light chain deposition disease may mimic either diffuse alveolar-septal amyloidosis or nodular pulmonary amyloidosis (see below).
Nodular fasciitis of the external ear region: a clinicopathologic study of 50 cases.
Histopathological examination of the lesion was consistent with nodular BCC.
Clinical examination revealed multiple, pink coloured small nodular growths (Fig.