rippling effect

A descriptor for the layered angiographic appearance of blood vessels in the cortical sulci peripheral to a cerebral abscess through which the blood flows in an undulating pattern; other cerebral lesions differ as they may be associated with gyral oedema or with neovascularisation
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rippling effect

Imaging A descriptor for the layered angiographic appearance of blood vessels in the cortical sulci peripheral to a cerebral abscess through which the blood flows in an undulating pattern; other cerebral lesions differ as they may be associated with gyral edema or with neovascularization
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