cerebral surface

ce·re·bral sur·face

[TA]
the internal surface of certain cranial bones; they are (the greater wing of) the sphenoid (facies cerebralis alae majoris ossis sphenoidale [TA]) and (the squamous part of) the temporal bone (facies cerebralis partis squamosae ossis temporale [TA]).
Synonym(s): facies cerebralis [TA]
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ce·re·bral sur·face

(serĕ-brăl sŭrfăs) [TA]
The internal surface of certain cranial bones; they are (the greater wing of) the sphenoid (facies cerebralis alae majoris ossis sphenoidale [TA]) and (the squamous part of) the temporal bone (facies cerebralis partis squamosae ossis temporale [TA]).
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For example, lissencephaly (smooth brain) is a neurological disorder characterized by a few shallow sulci on the cerebral surface. Early diagnosis is important due to its dismal prognosis.
Yamaguchi et al., "Platelet and leukocyte adhesion in the microvasculature at the cerebral surface immediately after subarachnoid hemorrhage," Neurosurgery, vol.
Infiltration in parenchyma may appear from any cerebral surface or Virchow Robin space, which finally connect and form granulomatous masses of different sizes.
Lissencephaly is a developmental defect characterised by a smooth cerebral surface lacking gyri and sulci (agyria) and a thickened cortex (pachygyria) due to the abnormal distribution of neuronal cell bodies (De LAHUNTA & GLASS, 2009).
The area of the infarction on the cerebral surface was imaged with the image analysis software (ImageJ, US National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA).