pediculated

pediculated

(pɪˈdɪkjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
having a stalk or stalks
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A subserous pediculated fibroid of 25 mm in the posterior wall of the uterus, close to the utero-ovarian right ligament, was easily removed.
During intraoral physical examination, a pediculated exophytic lesion with a rough surface and coloration similar to adjacent mucosa was observed in the right tonsil.
A 46-year-old patient with abnormal vaginal bleeding underwent a surgical procedure to remove a pediculated nodular lesion protruding from the external cervical os.
(27.) Koseoglu S, Saglam M, Kelebek S: The importance of keratinized mucosa in long term maintenance of dental implants and palatinal rotational pediculated flap application: Case report.
Pediculated and sessile SFTs of thoracic sites commonly grow into the pleural cavity; however, some rare cases grow into the lung parenchyma.
Macroscopically the tumor was pediculated, had about 4 cm maximum diameter, and was attached to the right lumbar area with a 2 cm stem (Figure 1).
All the left anterior descending arteries received a pediculated LIMA flap.
4 cm width, pediculated, the pedicles flattened, 4-10 cm long, ca.
Submucosal or pediculated fibroids that are most likely to cause pain and postembolization syndrome can be identified and removed during the laparoscopic procedure.
Several authors recommend the use of mixed flaps (pediculated fibular [2, 5, 6] or free iliac [7, 8]) for coverage.