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Pattern

A technical chart formation used to make market predictions by following the price movements of securities.

Pattern

The graphical representation on a chart of a trend in security prices. Technical analysts identify patterns for a security and predict future price movements in part by matching current patterns with previous patterns.

pattern

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Its main histological features consist of a trabecular pattern, with variable deposition of PAS-positive hyaline material in the cytoplasm (intermediate filaments) as well as in the extracellular spaces (collagen fibres and basement membrane material).
Regions of lysis will have loss of the normal trabecular pattern, and the blastic phase will show thickening of the cortex and trabecula.
20) Clinical and radiographic changes can be seen as a thickening of the skull with perpendicularly arranged trabecular patterns radiating outward from the skull and sometimes in the jaw.
Sonographic appearance of lymphatic metastases may mimic inflammatory primary breast cancer by demonstrating heterogeneous echogenicity, coarse trabecular pattern, skin thickening and lymphedema.
The establishment of union was strictly derived from radiographic confirmation of continuous trabecular pattern and callus formation.
Follicular neoplasms are characterized by follicular cells arranged in a microfollicular, solid to trabecular pattern enclosed by a distinct capsule.
5) It exhibited organoid and trabecular pattern with hyalinized stroma, positive immunostaining for calcitonin and negative staining for thyroglobulin.