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Definition of Trabeculate

Trabeculate
Trabeculate Tra*bec"u*late, a. (Bot.) Crossbarred, as the ducts in a banana stem.

Meaning of Trabeculate from wikipedia

- septomarginal trabecula. Cancellous bone is formed from groupings of trabeculated bone tissue. In cross sections, trabeculae of a cancellous bone can look...
- blood vessels), the first of which is trabeculated, erectile tissue innervated by the cavernous nerves. The trabeculated tissue has a spongy appearance; along...
- Ultrasound of the urinary bladder of an 85-year-old man. It shows a trabeculated wall, which is a sign of urinary retention....
- and 8mm. Gross Findings: Enlarged uterus Thickened uterine wall with trabeculated appearance Hemorrhagic pinpoint or cystic spaces throughout wall Microscopic...
- Ultrasonography showing a trabeculated wall, seen as small irregularities mainly at left (superior part). This is strongly ****ociated with urinary retention...
- Rather, these subarachnoid cisterns are separated from each other by a trabeculated porous wall with various-sized openings. There are many cisterns in the...
- the left and right ventricles. The primitive ventricle provides the trabeculated parts of the walls, and the bulbus cordis the smooth parts. The primitive...
- Thebesian veins also drain in right atrium. Most part of right atrium is trabeculated as it is covered with pectinate muscles running parallel. Right ventricle...
- interwoven myocardial fibers. As normal development progresses, these trabeculated structures undergo significant compaction that transforms them from spongy...
- neurogenic bladders. Radiological abnormalities include things such as: trabeculated bladder, vesicoureteral reflex, external sphincter spasm, pyelonephritis...