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- adj. divided by a septum
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In zoology and botany, provided with septa or partitions; septate.
- In geology, divided by septa.
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Is nice to see septated women with large American breasts.
So the researchers extended the assessment of TVS to septated cystic ovarian tumors, believed to have greater malignant potential than simple cysts.
During a median follow-up of more than five years, one patient of 1,191 with persisting septated ovarian tumors developed ovarian cancer, and that lesion arose in the contralateral ovary.
For women who have persisting septated ovarian tumors, the screening interval is shortened to every four to six months.
The latest data from the screening program confirm the benign nature of isolated septated tumors, said Modesitt.
One patient developed a papillary projection in the contralateral ovary 3.2 years after diagnosis of a septated cystic lesion.
The remaining 430 tumors were benign, resulting in a positive predictive value of 12. 6%, increasing to 22. 3% if unilocular cystic and septated tumors were not removed but followed with TVS.
In general, hyphae of the lower fungi, i.e. the Glomeromycota, Zygomycota, and Chytridiomycota are sparsely, if at all, septated
Birds and mammals, however, have a fully septated ventricle -- a bona fide four-chambered heart.
Interestingly, in the turtle, a transitional animal anatomically -- with a three-chambered, incompletely septated heart, the molecular signature is transitional as well.
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