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Noun1.lobularity - the property of having lobules
shape, configuration, conformation, contour, form - any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline); "he could barely make out their shapes"
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Major B criterion is lobularity ([greater than or equal to]3 contiguous lobules = "honeycombing").
Patient underwent a magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatogram (MRCP) that confirmed the pancreatic parenchyma appeared normal without any masses or lobularity. The location of the 11 x 12 x 15 mm common bile duct calculi was confirmed to be at the confluence of the cystic and common hepatic duct.
Grossly, the cut surface of such lesions usually presents with an exaggerated lobularity and yellow to ivory nodules with a spongy consistency [6].
(8) The ADVIA 2120 uses both a lobularity and a peroxidise channel for leucocyte identification and quantification.
Addendum A Rosemont criteria: Consensus-based parenchymal features of CP (21) Major Minor A Definition criteria criteria Rank Hyperechoic Echogenic structures Major A 1 foci with [greater than or shadowing equal to] 2 mm in length and width that shadow Lobularity Well- circumscribed, 2 [greater than or equal to] 5 mm structures, with enhancing rim and relatively echo- poor centre A.
A mitotic rate of [greater than or equal to] 4 per 10 high-power fields (HPF) and at least three of the following pathological features, loss of lobularity, small cells, prominent nucleoli, increased cellularity, and necrosis, are characteristic of aggressive behavior (Perry et al., 1997).
As the gland enlarges, it can develop lobularity and foci of echogenicity.