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Synonyms for morphologic

relating to or concerned with the morphology of plants and animals

relating to or concerned with the formation of admissible words in a language

pertaining to geological structure

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The diagnosis of hydatidiform moles can often be accomplished on the basis of morphologic assessment alone when characteristic features are well developed.
The researchers found that there were morphologic changes in the brain somatosensory system in RLS patients, compared to controls.
In our study, both ranibizumab and aflibercept treatments provided only morphologic improvement in patients who have poor response to previous ranibizumab treatment.
Historically, efforts to automate morphologic classification have used statistical models that rely on input that is derived in a way similar to analysis by morphologists (11).
After the presence of fertilization was identified on day-2 and day-3, as assessed by morphologic evaluation, developed embryos were put into separate 50 mL of culture until the cleavage stage.
For pathologists, it is important to recognize morphologic dysplasia and also to recognize what is not dysplasia.
In the reported case, mpMRI showed an extensive PA with neuroendocrine differentiation, with similar signal intensity to that of PA on morphologic T2WI, DWI, and DCE imaging; the lesion involved the peripheral zone of the prostate and infiltrated adjacent anatomical structures.
Due to the complexity of the skull base and TMJ components, many studies have investigated the TMJ morphologic parameters using different types of imaging techniques.
Identification of the key morphologic features of NLPHL on H&E stains is essential to prompt a comprehensive panel of confirmatory immunostains leading to correct diagnosis.
It contains 83 comparison tables and histopathology color images to help pathologists distinguish between two commonly confused entities with overlapping morphologic features.
Our three outcomes measures were (1) anatomic success rates at 3 months, (2) hearing results at 6 months, and (3) rates of morphologic success (i.e., the absence of reperforation, retraction, and graft displacement) at 2 years among those in each group who had an intact graft at 3 months.
[12] reported on five additional "M3-like" cases with morphology "in a small morphologic spectrum with features intermediate between M2 and classical M3 AML." The gene fusion product was referred to as promyelocytic leukemia zinc finger (PLZF)-RAR[alpha].