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Microbiology Corynebacterium spp may have a palisading pattern of growth, but are more often are described as being arranged like Chinese characters
Pathology A descriptive term for a light microscopic appearance of elongated and compressed, usually epithelial cells, perpendicular to a surface—e.g., a basement membrane; palisading is classic finding in basal cell carcinoma
giving the appearance of palisades in a fence.
alternating horizontal layers of keratin and exudate in a crust or scab.
see palisading granuloma.