Nodule

A small lump, swelling or collection of tissue, detected by touch.
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Nodule

A large, usually roughly spherical piece of stone such as flint which was selected as a material from which to remove flakes or blades for the manufacture of stone tools and projectile points.
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nodule

  1. a small node
  2. small rounded wartlike protuberance on a plant

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nodule

Aggregate consisting of a spherical lump, usually from groups of small crystals.
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Nodule

• (n.) A rounded mass or irregular shape; a little knot or lump. • (n.) A rounded mass or irregular shape; a little knot or lump.
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Nodule

(nod'ul) (Latin. Nodulus - diminutive of nodus - a knot) A nodule is a solid mass of the skin which can be observed as an elevation or can be palpated. Usually 0.5 cm or more in diameter. (from the ILDS Committee on Nomenclature - R. Winkelmann, Chairman)
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nodule

(nod´ūl) a small node that is solid and can be detected by touch.
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nodule

noun a small node
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Nodule

(also called papule) a solid, raised bump.
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Nodule

(Also called papule.) a solid, raised bump.
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Nodule

[geology] In sedimentology and geology, a nodule is small, irregularly rounded knot, mass, or lump of a mineral or mineral aggregate that typically has a contrasting composition, such as a pyrite nodule in coal, a chert nodule in limestone, or a phosphorite nodule in marine shale, from the enclosing sediment or sedimentary rock. Normally, a...
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Nodule

[medicine] In medicine nodules are solid, raised areas in or under the skin that are larger than 0.5 centimeters. Nodules may form on tendons and muscles in response to injury. The vocal cords may also develop nodules. Nodules are normally benign and often painless, although they can affect the functioning of the organ. Vocal fold nodules a...
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Nodule

Nod'ule noun [ Latin nodulus , dim. of nodus knot: confer French nodule .] A rounded mass or irregular shape; a little knot or lump.
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nodule

A circumscribed, solid, raised lesion that involves the deeper layesr of the skin.
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nodule

A growth or lump that may be malignant (cancer) or benign (not cancer).
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nodule

A large papule; small lump.
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Nodule

A little round lump or swelling. A nodule may be harmless or cancerous. In cancer treatment, doctors often use the term to describe small, secondary tumours.
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Nodule

A mineral mass that has a different composition or is more weathering resistant than its surrounding
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Nodule

A nodule is a small growth or lump of tissue.
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Nodule

A palpable, solid lesion, greater than 1 cm in diameter. These are usually found in the dermal or subcutaneous tissue, and the lesion may be above, level with, or below the skin surface. A nodule extends deeper than a papule.
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Nodule

a small lump of tissue that is usually abnormal; can form under the skin or protrude
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nodule

A small lump, swelling or collection of tissue. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Nodule

a small rather globose projection
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Nodule

a small rather globose projection
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Nodule

A small, irregular, knobby, or rounded rock that is generally harder than the surrounding rock.
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