pedunculated


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pe·dun·cu·late

 (pĭ-dŭng′kyə-lĭt, -lāt′) also pe·dun·cu·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Having or supported on a peduncle.
Translations

pedunculated

a. pediculado-a, pedunculado-a, rel. a o provisto de pedúnculo.
References in classic literature ?
Pedunculated cirripedes have two minute folds of skin, called by me the ovigerous frena, which serve, through the means of a sticky secretion, to retain the eggs until they are hatched within the sack.
Small adenomas are sessile, but lesions approaching 1 cm in diameter are usually pedunculated. Villous adenomas have long, finger-like projections.
Maxillofacial computed tomography (CT) without and with contrast showed a well-defined, pedunculated, avidly enhancing mass that arose from the posterior nasal septum and projected into the nasopharynx (figure).
The animals had single or multiple, hard, pedunculated or non-pedunculated horny warts which were present on head, neck, thorax, teats/udder, back and limbs.
On physical examination, the patient had a smooth-surface, polypoid, pedunculated tumoral lesion originating from the middle pole of the left palatine tonsil and protruding into the oropharyngeal isthmus.
Caption: A 1cm in diameter, yellow to pink in color, pedunculated, and fungiform lesion, displays central ulceration.
Differentiating between pedunculated subserosal fibroid and adnexal masses can be challenging, particularly when the ovaries are not confidently identified separately.
On physical examination, a 2.3-cm pedunculated red-brown plaque with surrounding scattered hyperpigmented papules was present on the right cheek.
proposed that, in comparison to patients with nonpedunculated thrombi, patients with mural pedunculated thrombi are at increased risk for both systemic embolization and recurrent embolism despite anticoagulation therapy.
Macroscopically, it has been described as "a pedunculated and lobulated polyp" [11], "a protruding lesion with a surface depression" [9], "an elevated submucosal-tumor-like lesion with a shallow central depression" [9], "a sessile tumor with a slight central depression," and "a fungating ulcerated tumor" [15].
To resect a pedunculated mass with these features, combined ultrasonic and bipolar diathermy was used to cross-clamp and ligate the pedicle without concern for bleeding from, or retraction of, an uncontrolled skull base pedicle.
However, colonoscopy revealed dozens of pedunculated and sessile polyps of different sizes (range of 10-30 mm), distributed along the entire length of the colon (Figure 1).