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nodular

[′näj·ə·lər]
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Occurring in the form of small, rounded lumps.
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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.
Focal nodular hyperplasia is subdivided into 2 types: classic (80%) and non-classic (20%).
The pathologic diagnosis was disputed by some inexperienced pathologists who initially read the slides, but the key findings of lymphoid nodular hyperplasia in children with colitis and ASD have been independently confirmed in five different countries, Wakefield writes, citing the references, which include the American Journal of Gastroenterology,the Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology, and Digestion.
Focal nodular hyperplasia is a benign hamartoma which classically shows intense enhancement in arterial phase except for central scars.
Focal nodular hyperplasia of the liver: MR imaging and pathologic correlation in 37 patients.
The benign diagnoses included 14 (47%) nodular hyperplasia, 9 (30%) follicular adenoma, and 7 (23%) chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis (Tables 2 and 3).
2) The inner zone is the primary site for nodular hyperplasia (and the rare carcinomas arising from large ducts), whereas the outer zone is the site of predilection for the ordinary adenocarcinoma arising from peripheral ducts and acini.
3,5 Nodular liver lesions are also seen, including regenerative nodular hyperplasia, focal nodular hyperplasia and hepatocellular adenoma, which are benign, but hepatoblastoma and hepatocellular carcinoma has also been reported.
7] Moderately high values of serum AFP can be detected in certain types of hepatoblastoma, tumour of yolk sac, hepatocarcinoma as well as in certain benign tumours (mesenchymal hamartoma, focal nodular hyperplasia and infantile hemangioendothelioma).
There were 9 cases detected as Nodular Hyperplasia of Prostate (NHP) with prostate-specific biomarkers mostly within their normal range.
We report the case of a 53-year-old woman with a case of synchronous multiple bilateral multinodular oncocytomas that arose in a background of bilateral oncocytic nodular hyperplasia in the parotid glands.
Eventually, down-regulation of PTH synthesis declines and the parathyroid hypertrophy is transformed into an autonomous nodular hyperplasia, which can be resolved only by parathyroidectomy (3).

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