papillated

papillated

(ˈpæpɪˌleɪtɪd)
adj
having papillae
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(1) Nevi from flexural sites may have a papillated growth pattern and may also display a discohesive pattern of growth.
(103) The other 2 categories are dominated by an intradermal component, described as papillated or nodular depending on the overall architecture (Figure 9, A).
When the masses were sectioned, the cut surface was light tan with a papillated appearance, and the masses did not appear to invade the underlying tissues.
Many variants have been described in literature, such as psoriasiform, atrophic, papillated, clear cell, pagetoid and mucinous or sebaceous.(3) The possibility of Bowen's Disease being a marker for internal malignancy has also been considered.
Diagnosis: This incomplete specimen has unidentate, coarsely serrated, neurosetae, the conical microtubercles of the elytra lacked an unpigmented areolar region, and the palps are papillated. Long papillae occur only on the external border of the elytra.
Papillated stylodes occur on the parapodia and there are compound falcigers in the neuropodia.
Mouth inferior and transverse, lips papillated. Post labial groove interrupted at base of inner mandibular barbel.
The two species exhibited papillated sporangia; the main characteristic that differentiated them from P.
In the other taxa, both the tubercles and the surface was papillated. The papillae were conical in L.
anulatus has a brown or white body with pink, white, and brown spots, smooth papillae epithelium at the base and papillated in the distal part, unbranched digestive gland ducts, smooth jaws, and smooth rachidian and lateral teeth.
anulatus is characterized by having a brown or white body with pink, white, and brown spots, smooth papillae epithelium at the base and papillated in the distal part of each papilla, unbranched digestive gland ducts within the dorsal papilla, smooth jaws, and smooth rachidian and lateral teeth.