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punctate

[′pəŋk‚tāt]
(biology)
Dotted; full of minute points.
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Disk convex, sparsely punctate, near slightly transversely wrinkled.
Long-term topical therapy was administered for bilateral punctate keratopathy.
However, effect on Horner Trantas spots and punctate keratitis was not marked.
Clinical EKC eyes evaluated during the punctate epithelial keratitis stage showed cell clusters surrounded by inflammatory cell infiltration in the basal epithelium.
Punctate porokeratosis is a subtype of porokeratosis similar to PM or linear form but with numerous, tiny, punctate, keratotic lesions enveloped by thin, elevated border on the palmoplantar area's.
Punctate pain sensitivity was measured using a calibrated nylon monofilament delivering a target force of 300 g applied on the index patella as well as the back of the ipsilateral hand.
Leukonychia arising from nail plate abnormalities is called the true form, and it can be longitudinal, transverse, or punctate. In true leukonychia, the discoloration will not disappear when pressure is applied to the nail plate.
Slit lamp biomicroscopy after 2% fluorescein staining showed multiple punctate epithelial erosions localised to the superior corneal surface.
The predominant cell population was characterized by ovoid nuclei lacking appreciable grooves, lightly basophilic cytoplasm, and punctate nucleoli consistent with Sertoli cells (Figure 2).
Superficial punctate keratopathy was evaluated based on a method described in a previous study [10].
It is generally divided into three categories: diffuse PPK, with involvement of the whole palmoplantar surface; focal and striate PPK, usually located mainly on pressure points; and punctate PPK, featuring multiple small hyperkeratotic papules, nodules, or spicules.
PK is classified as porokeratosis of Mibelli (PM), disseminated superficial porokeratosis of immunosuppression and childhood, disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis (DSAP), linear and punctate forms, porokeratosis palmaris et plantaris disseminate, giant PK, and less common PP.