cerebritis


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cerebritis

 [ser″ĕ-bri´tis]
inflammation of the cerebrum.

cer·e·bri·tis

(ser'ĕ-brī'tis),
Focal inflammatory infiltrates in the brain parenchyma.

cerebritis

Inflammation of the brain

cer·e·bri·tis

(ser'ĕ-brī'tis)
Focal inflammatory infiltrates in the brain parenchyma.

cerebritis

inflammation of the cerebrum.
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Llevando a cabo una evaluacion histologica detallada, se definieron cuatro etapas de la evolucion absceso cerebral: cerebritis temprana (dia 1 al 3), cerebritis tardia (dias 4 a 9), formacion de capsula temprana (dia 10 a 13) y formacion de capsula tardia (dia 14 posterior a la de inoculacion inicial).
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