serpiginous


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serpiginous

 [ser-pij´ĭ-nus]
creeping from part to part; having a wavy border.

ser·pig·i·nous

(ser-pij'i-nŭs),
Creeping; denoting an ulcer or other cutaneous lesion that extends with an arciform border; the margin has a wavy or serpentine border.
[Mediev. L. serpigo- (-gin-), ringworm, fr. L. serpo, to creep]

serpiginous

/ser·pig·i·nous/ (ser-pij´ĭ-nus) creeping; having a wavy or much indented border.

serpiginous

(sər-pĭj′ə-nəs)
adj.
Of or being a skin lesion with a wavy or indented margin.

ser·pig·i·nous

(sĕr-pij'i-nŭs)
Creeping; denoting an ulcer or other cutaneous lesion that extends with a wavy or serpentine border.
[Mediev. L. serpigo- (-gin-), ringworm, fr. L. serpo, to creep]

serpiginous

denoting an ulcer/other skin lesion with an irregular border

serpiginous

creeping from part to part; having a wavy border like a snake.
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Stem Cell Ophthalmology Treatment Study (SCOTS): improvement in serpiginous choroidopathy following autologous bone marrow derived stem cell treatment.
The rash were described as multiple reddish-brown keratinized papules forming irregular serpiginous plaques with central scaling and horns in the anterior and posterior of cervical region [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]b.
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Six hours after induction, during dissection of the liver, the midesophageal bicaval TEE view demonstrated a mobile serpiginous fibrous clot, 2.
Lesions can occur anywhere on body and in size may range from a few millimeters to many centimeters and be of different shapes and patterns like round, oval, annular, polycyclic, serpiginous, gyrate, targetoid plaques.
1) A minority of patients may present with a serpiginous, urticarial rash at the site of larval entry, known as larva currens.
arranged in figures as they are: patches, rings, serpiginous, corymbose (a large central papule surrounded by a group of minute satellite papules).
In 1986, I was diagnosed with a rare disease of the retina called serpiginous choroiditis.
She subsequently went back to France and presented with an itchy, erythematous serpiginous eruption on the sole of her right foot (Fig.
Clinically it consists of small horny or umbilicated papules arranged in a linear, arciform, circular, or serpiginous pattern (1).
Ultrasound detected a plexus of vascular, serpiginous structures in the porta hepatis anterior to the portal vein, and a provisional diagnosis of hepatic vascular malformation was considered.