Scutula | Article about scutula by The Free Dictionary
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A segment of marble or other material, cut in the shape of a diamond or rhombus and used for inlaying floors or pavements.
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It is characterised by the presence of scutula
. The scutula
are masses of keratinised as well as parakeratotic cells, exudate and inflammatory cells intermingled with hyphae and spores.
Favus is characterised by the presence of yellowish cup-shaped crusts known as scutula
, which result in a honeycomb destruction of hair shaft.
tuberculosa, the correct name of the Scutula
growing on Solorina spp., with a key to Scutula