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pedunculate

[pē′dəŋ·kyə·lət]
(biology)
Having or growing on a peduncle.
Being attached to a peduncle.
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Alternatively, nasal endoscopy can be performed, on which the lesions can appear as ulcerated, bleeding, pedunculated, nonpulsatile masses.
The classical or multiple form was first described by Hoffmann and Zurhelle in the year 1921 [9] as groups of multiple, nontender, soft, pedunculated, cerebriform, yellowish or skin-coloured papules, nodules, or plaques.
Myxoma was primarily considered to be the diagnosis because of a mobile, pedunculated mass in a normal functioning LV, although, with a low probability, our differential diagnosis included a thrombus (7).
Lymphangiomatous polyps generally present as a pale or pink pedunculated lesion attached to the palatine tonsil.
4) Morphology of polyps Pedunculated 253(91) Sessile 25(9) Presence of neoplasia Nonneoplastic 264(95) Neoplastic 14(5) Type of polyp Cholesterol 256(92.
Pedunculated subserosal fibroids: Traditionally, these have been considered a relative contraindication to UAE due to potential risk of detachment, when the uterine pedicle is narrow (2).
The numerous pedunculated masses were morphologically similar to the main left renal mass.
On gross examination, a pedunculated whitish polypoid mass measuring 6 x 2 cm was seen [Figure 2].
Clinically, peripheral osteoma appears as a unilateral, sessile or pedunculated, well circumscribed, mushroom like mass larger from 10 to 40 mm in diameter.
1 Either proliferation of tissues cause replacement of condyle or 2 Appearing as pedunculated mass on Condyler head/neck.
Lesions of eccrine poroma are often not clinically distinctive, and have been described as exophytic growths measuring 1-5cm in diameter, sessile or slightly pedunculated with normal or erythematous color and a firm consistency.