radiate crown


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co·ro·na ra·di·a·ta

1. a fan-shaped fiber mass on the white matter (substance) of the cerebral cortex, composed of the widely radiating fibers of the internal capsule;
2. a single layer of columnar follicular cells derived from the cumulus oophorus that anchor on the zona pellucida of the oocyte in a maturing ovarian follicle.
3. a pattern of fine lines radiating around a solitary pulmonary nodule, passing through a zone of relative lower opacity, as seen radiologically.
Synonym(s): radiate crown

radiate crown

1 a network of fibers that weaves through the internal capsule of the cerebral cortex and intermingles with the fibers of the corpus callosum.
2 an aggregate of cells that surrounds the zona pellucida of the ovum.

co·ro·na ra·di·a·ta

(kŏ-rō'nă rā-dē-ā'tă) [TA]
1. A fan-shaped fiber mass on the white matter of the cerebral cortex, composed of the widely radiating fibers of the internal capsule.
2. A single layer of columnar cells derived from the cumulus oophorus, which anchor on the pellucid zone of the oocyte in a secondary follicle.
Synonym(s): radiate crown.
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