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ad·nex·a

 (ăd-nĕk′sə)
pl.n.
Accessory or adjoining anatomical parts, as ovaries and fallopian tubes in relation to the uterus.

[Latin, neuter pl. of adnexus, past participle of adnectere, to bind to; see annex.]

ad·nex′al adj.
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adnexal

adj anexial
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Histologic mimics of BCC may include nonneoplastic processes (such as follicular induction over dermatofibromas), benign adnexal tumors (especially follicular tumors), or cutaneous carcinomas with basaloid or blue-cell features.
For PSV, 15 cm/s was considered as the cutoff value in present study and the sensitivity and specificity detected for malignant adnexal tumors were 85% and 94.
Hidrocystomas are benign adnexal tumors of eccrine or apocrine origin.
Goreshi said, that stain doesn't always reliably differentiate adnexal tumors from basal cell carcinomas.
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A scoring system to differentiate malignant from benign masses in specific ultrasound based subgroups of adnexal tumors.
Fifty-five cases of BCC, 50 cases of SCC, and 20 cases of benign adnexal tumor with follicular differentiation, including 13 cases of trichoepithelioma and 7 other benign adnexal tumors with follicular differentiation comprising trichoblastoma, trichoadenoma, sebaceoma, pilomatricoma, and pilar tumor were retrieved from the archives of the pathology departments of hospitals affiliated with Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.
CHICAGO -- Most adnexal tumors can be classified as benign or malignant by transvaginal gray-scale ultrasound and Doppler ultrasound based on the use of 10 simple rules, according to a prospective multicenter study of 1,938 patients.
Common skin cancers include basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, Kaposi's sarcomas, adnexal tumors, and cutaneous T-cell lymphomas.