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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Alapatt, "Cerebriform cutaneous lesions in pemphigus vegetans," Indian Journal of Dermatology, vol.
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.
We already know that IPs in the conventional MRI should be indicated by a convoluted cerebriform pattern (CCP), a band-like region of hyperintense and hypointense signals on T2-weighted images or/and postcontrast-enhanced T1-weighted images.
globosa, however we did not observe the characteristic cerebriform colony morphology for this species.
To the best of our knowledge, an intraparenchymal meningioma with a cerebriform pattern has never been reported.
Connective tissue nevi may also be observed, particularly in the plantar region, as well as cerebriform nevi [23].
Skin biopsy from bilateral thighs and right groin at an outside institution in October 2011 displayed dense, predominantly small to medium-sized atypical lymphoid infiltrate with cerebriform nuclei and scant cytoplasm that mainly involved the dermis with minimal epidermotropism and focal Pautrier's microabscess formation.
CVG is a dermatological condition defined by the formation of ridges on the scalp with a cerebriform or gyrate appearance [5, 6], Figure 1(a).
On first examination of the patient, we noticed that the right buttock resembled a cerebriform lesion.
This finding is in agreement with the EORTC classification, (13) which concluded that the presence of single or clusters of medium to large sized cerebriform cells in the epidermis or dermis is the single most useful histologic criterion for establishing a diagnosis of early MF.