cerebriform


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cer·e·bri·form

(se-rē'bri-fōrm),
Resembling the external fissures and convolutions of the brain.
[cerebri- + L. forma, shape, appearance, nature]

cer·e·bri·form

(se-rē'bri-fōrm)
Resembling the external fissures and convolutions of the brain.

cer·e·bri·form

(se-rē'bri-fōrm)
Resembling brain's external fissures and convolutions.
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Sonographic demonstration of congenital adrenal hyperplasia in the neonate: the cerebriform pattern.
Some of my favourites were cerebriform (brain shaped) catenate (linked, as in a chain), cancroid (crablike) capreolate (with tendrils) - and don't miss callipygian (having beautiful buttocks).
As noted earlier, the lymphocytes have hyperchromatic nuclei with the classic convoluted, cerebriform nuclear membranes.
On direct cytological examination, Sezary cells reveal a highly convoluted, fissured, grooved, and often cerebriform nucleus.
In 5% the nuclear outline is markedly irregular and can even be cerebriform, mimicking Sezary cells (13).
Most distinctive structures were dark septate intra and extracellular hyphae, microsclerotia and cerebriform structures (Fig.