Arranged or shaped like a star; radiating from a center.(adjective)
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Use "stellate" in a sentence
"* Unusual pattern ( "stellate" or star-like) in iris of the eye"
"Most of the fibrogenic cells in the liver are a-smooth muscle actin-expressing myofibroblasts and most are derived from the transdifferentiation of hepatic stellate cells."
"And now it looks as if they just might have found an answer, something called a "stellate ganglion block," which involves injecting a small amount of local anaesthetic into a complex of nerves located in the neck."