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structure

n. anything built on land from a shed to a highrise. (See: real property, premises)

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The specimen was radiographed which revealed multiple tiny radiopaque structures. On further evaluation by the oral pathologists, and to their utmost surprise the bag revealed 526 tooth like structures.
Caption: Figure 1-Radiographic images of the vertebral column:(A) lateral-lateral and (B) ventral-dorsal, demonstrating predominantly radiopaque structures (*) in the abdominal cavity, one of which demonstrated mobility when the animal was re-positioned.
Cystoliths appear as radiopaque structures (Hayward 2006).