bilaterality


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Noun1.Bilaterality - the property of being symmetrical about a vertical planebilaterality - the property of being symmetrical about a vertical plane
symmetricalness, symmetry, correspondence, balance - (mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
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However, the incidence of bilaterality and extraovarian spread is lower in mucinous borderline tumors (5).
Statistical analyses did not reveal a significant correlation between NLR and age (<45 years, [greater than or equal to]45 years), presence of thyroid capsule invasion, surgical border positivity, multifocality, bilaterality, lymph node metastasis (Table 2).
We also evaluated bilaterality and the number of involved zones (total of 6 zones; i.e., right and left upper, middle, and lower zones).
Bilaterality is common in serous ovarian tumors, both benign and malignant; however, bilateral mucinous tumors should always raise suspicion for a metastasis.
Bilaterality in anterior cruciate ligament injuries: Associated intercondylar notch stenosis.
Demographic features, familial MD history, accompanying other systemic chronic disease history, and bilaterality of the disease findings were similar to those of other studies [36-41].
Compared with US, MRI may definitively identify many more lesions and also confirm bilaterality (9, 37).
In the asymptomatic patient, her age, reproductive goals, and the bilaterality (whether it is present on both sides or on one side) of the endometrioma are important in deciding on a patient-centered surgical plan.
Of 424 patients (690 kidney units), 275 patients (550 kidney units) were excluded due to bilaterality (any grade of HN in the contralateral kidney).
Midline shift, hematoma density and bilaterality were not significantly associated with recurrence.
Wu et al., "Bilaterality weights more than unilateral multifocality in predicting prognosis in papillary thyroid cancer," Tumour Biology, vol.