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u·ni·loc·u·lar

 (yo͞o′nə-lŏk′yə-lər)
adj.
Divided into or containing a single cavity or compartment: a unilocular cyst.
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unilocular

(ˌjuːnɪˈlɒkjʊlə)
adj
(Botany) (esp of a plant ovary or anther) having or consisting of a single chamber or cavity
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u•ni•loc•u•lar

(ˌyu nəˈlɒk yə lər)

adj.
Bot., Zool. having or consisting of only one loculus, chamber, or cell.
[1745–55]
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Translations

u·ni·loc·u·lar

a. tener solamente una cavidad.
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Radiographically, the lesions are usually unilocular with radiopaque tooth-like structures known as denticles.
Thymic cysts are both congenital and acquired, congenital cysts are derived from remnants of the thymo-pharyngeal duct typically unilocular and contain clear fluid whereas acquired cysts are more common and multilocular arise in association thymomas, lymphomas and germ cell tumours, our case is unilocular in child aged 4 yrs.
Gross pathology demonstrated a unilocular cystic mass [Figure 2].
Fruits of the family vary from multilocular to unilocular drupes to samaras with conspicuous wings (Wannan & Quinn, 1990; Pell et al., 2011).
These slowly expanding, unilocular, cystic masses may produce only minor symptoms.
On CT and MRI, MCN typically appears as a well-circumscribed, smoothly marginated, unilocular or mildly septated macrocystic lesion (usually less than 6 locules, each larger than 2 cm) (Figure 5).
Presently described is a thirty-seven-year-old female patient with unilocular pyogenic liver abscess two weeks after LSG.
Dentigerous cyst occurs radiographicallyas a well-defined unilocular radiolucency, often with a sclerotic border.
Statistically analyzed variables and their details were as follows: i) patient characteristics: age, gender, presence of single or multiple abscesses, presence of malignancy, underlying etiology (spontaneous or postoperative); iij abscess characteristics: volume, structure (complex multilocular or simple unilocular), microbiologic content (nonmicrobial, unimicrobial polymicrobial, presence of yeast), presence of fistula; iii) procedure characteristics: guidance method (US or CT), access route (transabdominal, transvaginal, transrectal, transgluteal) and catheter size.