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lob·u·lat·ed

 (lŏb′yə-lā′tĭd) also lob·u·late (-lāt′)
adj.
Having or consisting of lobules.
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The surface of the nodule was lobulated with a few crusted erosions.
Computed tomography (CT) showed a lobulated osteolytic lesion with well-defined margins, internal trabeculae, and surrounding sclerosis [Figure 3a].
The tumor had a non-encapsulated, still well-defined, lobulated feature.
The diagnostic clue of the lesion is "histological examination showed well-circumscribed lobulated mass (Figure 3) of cartilaginous tissue with no cellular atypia, necrosis, or vascular invasion.
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MRI showed a homogeneously lobulated, hyperintense lesion with multiple fluid-fluid levels confirming the recurrence (Figures 5 and 6).