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ligament: a strong cordlike structure that connects bones to other bones
However, the lack of bubbly pink cytoplasm and frequent cordlike and whirling growth patterns of PLGA, among other architectural patterns, should allow for its separation from MASC.
Ligaments Bands of cordlike tissue that connect bone to bone.
The artery may be nonpulsatile and feel cordlike on palpation.
Invasive urothelial carcinoma with chordoid features: a report of 12 distinct cases characterized by prominent myxoid stroma and cordlike epithelial architecture.
Ligaments: Stretchy bands of cordlike tissues that connect bone to bone.
Stretching the skin distally over the abdominal wall revealed a subcutaneous cordlike lesion that measured approximately 10 cm in length (Figure 1).
Electron microscopy findings in angiosarcomas include the presence of Weibel-Palade bodies, pinocytotic vesicles, cytoplasmic processes, and overlapping, disorderly arrangements of the endothelial cells forming bridges, cordlike structures, and spider-web patterns along the vessels.