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 (lə-mĕl′āt′, lăm′ə-lāt′)
1. Having, composed of, or arranged in lamellae.
2. Resembling a lamella.

lam′el·lat′ed adj.
lam′el·la′tion n.


(ləˈmɛl eɪt, ˈlæm əˌleɪt)

also lam′el•lat`ed,

1. composed of or having lamellae.
2. flat; platelike.
[1820–30; < New Latin]
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Ultrastructural analysis shows intracellular osmiophilic, lamellated membrane structures with a concentric pattern called myelin bodies or with elongated stripes called zebra bodies.
Histopathology revealed lamellated compact bone enclosing haversian canals, with osteocytes within the lacunae at places while empty lacunae at other places; suggestive of compact Osteoma.
Grossly, in these instances, a lamellated superficial appearance was anecdotally observed on MR imaging, though without the typical hyperdensity of most medulloblastomas on CT secondary to dense hypercellularity.
The stratum corneum was markedly thickened and lamellated.
Although there were no other remarkable imaging findings, an unusual pattern of multiple, thinly, concentrically lamellated calcifications resembling targets was found in the spleen (Fig.
Rarely with thin, not lamellated, colorless sheath (Fig.
In the right optic tectum, just lateral to midline, there was a markedly dilated vessel, the wall of which was hypereosinophilic, lamellated, and ruptured, although not atherosclerotic.
It demonstrated mixed echogenicity, lamellated appearance with alternating layers of hypo and hyperechoic tissues (Figure-1a).
The calcified material can generally take one or more of the following four forms: (a) mature lamellated trabecular bone; (b) immature, highly cellular bone; (c) circumscribed amorphous, almost acellular, eosinophilic, or basophilic bodies, and (4) minute microscopic granular foci of calcification.
9) In one of these cases, T1 imaging showed a heterogeneous appearance, moderately hyperintense relative to muscle, and T2 imaging demonstrated a lamellated appearance, with high signal intensity at the periphery; in the second case, T1 imaging demonstrated moderate hyperintensity relative to muscle centrally and comparative increased signal peripherally; T2 imaging demonstrated hyperintense signal.