Nodular 美 /'nɑdʒəlɚ/
释 义 adj. 结节的；结节状的
同根词 nodule n. 结节；小结
例 句 Objective of the report is to describe a case of nodular localized primary cutaneous amyloidosis (NLPCA).
Fasciitis 英 /,fæʃɪ'aɪtɪs/
释 义 n.[医] 筋膜炎
同根词 fascia 英 /'feɪʃɪə; -ʃə/ 美 /'feʃə/ n. 筋膜
例 句 Nodular fasciitis was negative staining for calponin, while positive for laminin.
作者： Khuu A
期刊：J Ultrasound Med
Nodular fasciitis, also known as infiltrative or pseudosarcomatous fasciitis, is a benign soft tissue tumor of fibroblastic/myofibroblastic differentiation that was first described in 1955 by Konwaler et al. The lesion often comes to clinical attention when a patient presents with a rapidly growing, occasionally painful, palpable soft tissue mass. Although benign and self-limited, nodular fasciitis is a clonal neoplastic proliferation characterized by recurrent MYH9-USP6 (myosin heavy chain 9–ubiquitin- specific peptidase 6) gene fusion. Despite the fact that in a large retrospective study nodular fasciitis was found to represent 11.3% of benign soft tissue tumors, relatively few descriptions of nodular fasciitis have appeared in the radiologic literature. Most of the reports have been published in oncologic, pathologic, and dermatologic literature. The imaging appearance has been described as nonspecific and mimicking other sarcomatous lesions. On sonography, occasional case reports have described the lesion as oval or lobulated and hypoechoic to muscle or of mixed echogenicity. On magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nodular fasciitis has been described as inhomogeneous, hypointense to muscle on T1-weighted images, and hyperintense to fat on T2-weighted images, with variable enhancement.