nonencapsulated

nonencapsulated

(ˌnɒnɪnˈkæpsjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
not encapsulated
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Histopathologic examination revealed an ulcerated, nonencapsulated, vaguely nodular to multilobulated neoplasm composed of an admixture of basaloid proliferation and "ghost," or "shadow" cells, with the basaloid proliferations predominating.
The tumor is lobulated, nonencapsulated, has a fleshy and gelatinous cut surface, and partially entraps the flexor tendon.
The mass was pale, firm, and nonencapsulated, which was carefully dissected free of the surrounding myocardium using sharp dissection [Figure 1]a.
occult sclerosing carcinoma, nonencapsulated sclerosing tumor, occult papillary tumor, and small papillary carcinoma (4-6).
Grossly appear as circumscribed, nonencapsulated, honeycomb-like mass and histologically consisting of large interconnected blood-filled spaces lined by a monolayer of bland looking endothelial cells that differentiate it from MAE.
Many isolates from porcine endocarditis lost their capsule, and all the nonencapsulated isolates analyzed had mutations in the capsular polysaccharide synthesis (cps) genes (3.
Angiofibroma is a benign, highly vascular, nonencapsulated neoplasm that occurs exclusively in male adolescents with intracranial involvement in 20 to 36% of patients.
Emergence of nonencapsulated and encapsulated non-b-type invasive Haemophilus influenzae isolates in Portugal (1989-2001).
At postmortem examination, a large, firm, pink nonencapsulated mass (5x3x3 cm) was found within the medial aspect of the right thigh skeletal muscle (Fig 1).
The resultant bioactive fibers offered release in a sustained manner during in vitro digestion, keeping to a greater extent their antioxidant capacity in comparison with the nonencapsulated compounds.
It consists of facultatively anaerobic, oxidase- and catalase-negative, nonsporing, nonencapsulated, nonmotile, pleomorphic, Gram-variable rods (1).