unilobular

unilobular

(ˌjuːnɪˈlɒbjʊlə)
adj
having or consisting of one lobule
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It is unilobular, dense on noncontrast CT, and nearly isointense to the brain on T1- and T2-weighted MR images.
Schwannoma, a benign neoplasm of peripheral nerve sheath, rarely occurs in the oral cavity (1%): the most common form is a unilobular tumor on the dorsum of the tongue whilst the vestibular mucosa is a rare location.
Unlike human and swine kidneys, which are multilubular in anatomic structure, rodent kidneys are unilobular, this is ideal to delineating among different anatomic regions.
Hipoplasia pulmonar bilateral (generalmente), agenesia pulmonar (generalmente), insuficiencia respiratoria bilateral alveolar o capilar, displasia pulmonar unilobular, hernia diafragmatica, eventracion diafragmatica, bazo hipoplasico, hernia inguinal, testiculo ausente, criptorquidia, utero hipoplasico, bicorne, rinon en herradura, hidronefrosis pelvica renal, rinon hipoplasico, arterias renales hipoplasicos, retraso mental, hipotonia profunda y letalidad temprana en la mayoria de los casos (22).
Most patients with primary cavitary disease present with unilobular upper lobe involvement as opposed to multilobular reticulonodular infiltrates which is more common in the MFS [7].
Uncus unilobular, mas corto que las valvas, ancho, globoso, piriforme y poco esclerosado en la base con diminutas espiculas sobre la parte dorsal.
Characteristics of pediatric patients with differentiated thyroid cancer at the time of diagnosis (N=45) Category Number (%) Histologic diagnosis (a): Papillary thyroid cancer 39/43 (91) Follicular thyroid cancer 4/43 (9) Capsule infiltration (b): Present 7/23 (30.4) Absent 16/23 (69.6) Lobe involvement (c): Unilobular tumor 19/28 (67.9) Both lobes involved 9/28 (32.1) Focal tumor distribution (d): Unifocal disease 19/29 (65.5) Multinodal disease 10/29 (34.5) Cervical lymph node involvement (e): Present 23/39 (59) Absent 16/39 (41) Distant metastases at diagnosis (f): Total 6/42 (14.3) Lungs only 4/42 (9.5) Lungs and bones 2/42 (4.8) No metastasis 36/42 (85.7) Number of patients with unknown status: (a) 2; (b) 22; (c) 17; (d) 16; (e) 6; (f) 3 Table 2.