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Synonyms for septate

of or relating to a septum


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The lesion showed septations with internal vascularity and coarse internal echoes.
This subtype is known to resemble a benign lipoma on CT and MRI; however, liposarcomas may show enhancement of septations and of intratumoral nodular densities on gadoliniumenhanced, T1-weighted (T1W), fat-suppressed MRI.
Although CT can image high-density ascites, peritoneal and mesenteric thickening, and mesenteric lymphadenopathy, it inadequately depicts multiple, thin, interlacing septations, which can be shown only by US.
CT scan showed enlarged spleen with a large hypodense lesion measuring 12 x 10 cms with the lesion showing few enhancing septations in its lower part with tiny calcifications in the wall of the lesion (Figure 2).
The mycelial width, conidium size and their beak length were varied from small to large, as well as septations (H and V) were ranged from 1-12 (horizontal) to 0-3 (vertical).
On CT scan, renal lymphangiectasia appears as well contained, fluid density collection in peripelvic or perinephric space with or without demonstrable septations with normal renal parenchyma.
The white arrow indicates the duplicate gallbladder, with septations and stones.
Ultrasound revealed a large solid-cystic mass with internal septations from the epigastrium extending to the pelvis.
The left ischioanal fossa cystic lesion (solid arrow) shows enhancing wall and internal septations, breaching the left levator ani muscle and extending into the left perineal subcutaneous fat (dashed arrow).
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed no suspect scrotal tissues but confirmed the rupture of the right implant, which presented multiple intraprosthetic septations (Figure 3).
The conidia differ from Drechslera by having a central cell, that is, darker than the end cells, a thinner cell wall, narrower septations between the cells, and a distinct curve.
Dedicated computed tomography of the temporal bones showed opacification within the mastoid process with destruction of bony mastoid septations consistent with coalescent mastoiditis.
A hydatid cyst can be classified into five types according to the widely accepted radiologic classification; type I consists of a pure fluid collection; type II is a fluid collection with a split wall; type III is a cyst containing daughter cysts and septations with a predominantly fluid component; type IV is a cyst with a predominantly heterogenous solid pattern with few daughter cysts and type V is a calcified non-viable degenerated cyst.
The mass was predominantly cystic with irregular wall thickness and multiple septations containing calcification.
Cysts with solid areas and solid masses are considered high risk for malignancy, whereas simple cysts and cysts with septations are considered low risk.