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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The classical or multiple form was first described by Hoffmann and Zurhelle in the year 1921 [9] as groups of multiple, nontender, soft, pedunculated, cerebriform, yellowish or skin-coloured papules, nodules, or plaques.
When large, a cerebriform or ' brain-withina-brain' appearance helps to clinch the diagnosis of a hypothalamic hamartoma and distinguish this lesion from other pediatric suprasellar masses.
CT imaging showed an irregular isodense mass with a cerebriform appearance and extensive peritumoral edema in the parietal-occipital-temporal region of the right hemisphere (Figure 1).
skin folds are usually asymmetric and histology reveals various alterations depending on underlying causes such as tumors neurofibromas cerebriform intradermal nevi and inflammatory conditions.
His peripheral blood showed lymphocytosis with circulating atypical lymphoid cells with cerebriform nuclei.
Cerebriform colonies of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis isolated from nine-banded armadillos (Dasypus novemcinctus) at room temperature.
On the other hand, Pb265 presented a very distinct glabrous phenotype characterized by an irregular format and a cerebriform surface (Figure 2d).
The cytologic features from the 3 patients, >10 cells/[micro]L consistently demonstrated a mixture of lymphocytes at various stages of activation and occasional large monocytic-like cells with cerebriform nuclei reminiscent of the Mollaret cells described in CSF of patients with recurrent meningitis (Figure).
On a substrate prepared with oatmeal and water, the fungus formed characteristic large black cerebriform sclerotia.
Type B features small, cerebriform, lymphocytic cells admixed with inflammatory cells; the type B pathology may extend from the dermis into the epidermis.
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).